Behold, The Year of the Teigen.
“No relation, I’m sure of it.”
The picture was part of a calendar shoot by plus-size swimsuit company Swimsuits for All.
Runners, first responders and the Mayor of Boston join thousands of people for a special cover photo one year after the Boston bombings.
Her hotness will put you in NEMCOMA. The supermodel held a Reddit AMA today.
People are wondering why Mattel paid for Barbie to appear in Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit issue this month. The brand was just trying to get the grown-ups talking and it worked.
Before he was Roger Sterling Slattery was just some fool that didn’t realize that you can’t just walk into a store and buy a Sports Illustrated video cassette. You need a subscription to buy All New Not-So-Great Moments In Sports. Obviously.
Time Inc. is set to become a standalone company next year. Here are some facts you might not know about the company.
The last 10 years have not been kind to the nation’s largest magazine publisher.
I actually physically can’t stop smiling after looking at these.
It will haunt your dreams
Of course not, but some of these other athletes might be.
She’s just the latest in a long line of cover models to have dipped their toes in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
It’s a slippery slope, guys.
Snaps, kisses, hair flips, jazzy dancing, and more.
The gorgeous Alyssa Miller explains the strange techniques for applying a paint-on swimsuit. Like dry shaving and “pussy flaps.”
Roger Goodell does give off that Joffrey Baratheon vibe.
It’s like the internet willed this into existence! [Update: sorry, we had to take down all the GIFs.]
She’s much more than just a swimsuit model.
The Sports Illustrated model’s meteoric rise now includes the cover of Vogue Italia.
Very clever, Sports Illustrated. Very clever.
Hmmm, I wonder if an athlete has ever been on the SI cover twice in a row before?
On tonight’s “Factor,” Bill O’Reilly tried to explain the rapid rise to fame of “Sports Illustrated” Swimsuit Edition covergirl Kate Upton. Key word being “tried.”