Kate Upton on the cover of the 2012 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue was unveiled on “Late Show With David Letterman” Monday night, but though a number of the issue’s models were on hand to present the evening’s Top 10 list, it was apparent from Letterman’s face that the whole thing seemed to be a bust.
With 10 models crammed onto a couch in the Ed Sullivan Theater green room (and not on stage), Letterman commanded the veil to be dropped from a billboard mounted high above Broadway and the cover of the issue was revealed.
Upton seemed pleased, but not overjoyed to have been selected as the cover girl, and the other nine models seemed, well, statuesque in their reactions. Continue Reading…
Kate Upton may be the swimsuit model of the moment, but based off of what the Victoria’s Secret’s casting director for its annual runway show has said, she won’t be getting her wings anytime soon.”‘We ould never use’ Ms. Upton for a Victoria’s Secret show,” Sophia Neophitou told The New York Times last week in an article posted on Monday, adding that the choice would be “too obvious.” Continue Reading…
Sports Illustrated magazine on Monday, a piece that really appears to be little more than a string with two red string bikini on the cover of Kate Upton model in its annual swimsuit issue unveiled.
M.J. Daly, senior editor for sports illustrated, “a symbol of sophistication and sexiness” magazine, Web and mobile devices like phones and tablet computers at some 70 million readers saw the issue in Upton.
In the year 17, Zambia, Seychelles, bikini models Australia, Panama and the United States of the Republic, in Florida in Apalachicola.Continue Reading…
Kate Upton was revealed as cover model of the 2012Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue during a taping of CBS’ The Late Show with David Letterman in New York Monday night.
SI unveiled a billboard of Upton’s cover image across from Letterman’s Ed Sullivan Theater in Manhattan.
The 19-year old Upton and nine other models were scheduled to present the “Top Ten Reasons This Year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Is the Best One Ever” during last night show. Continue Reading…
Marisa Miller’s Supermodel Worthy Ab Workout: Supermodel Marisa Miller is not your typical gym girl. She prefers skimming the waves on a stand-up paddleboard (SUP). “It tones the big areas like your butt, abs, and back; as well as those tiny, supporting muscles that pull everything together,” says Marisa.
To be as “pulled together” as she is, we asked Marisa Miller and Brody Welte, creator of PaddleFit in Tampa, Florida, to come up with the moves in this total-body flat ab workout. Add them to your routine today—whether you live near the beach or not. After all, lean legs, firm abs, and sculpted shoulders are sexy everywhere.
How it works Do 2 or 3 sets of each move three times a week. Rest for no more than 30 seconds between sets.
A set of 3- to 5-pound weights, a Bosu balance trainer, and a mat (optional).
These SI Swimsuit Photos are Simply Heaven: Since 1972, Walter Iooss has been taking pictures for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. He’s compiled some of the most memorable art in ‘Heaven’ – a book of some his most famous photos from 16 locations around the world. Iooss gives the Daily News a sneak peek into some of the collection, and upon further review, it’s hard to disagree with his choice of a title.