Prime Day is finally here! Check out our comprehensive guide to the best deals of the day. The pages of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue are typically filled with beautiful models and athletes looking picture-perfect in their barely-there bikinis, but editor MJ Day wants to make sure women realize there's no magazine magic to having a real bikini body. To prove her point, Day filmed a short video in which she suits up and shares a powerful message about what she models in life. Day has produced the annual SI issue for 19 years, and she said that the latest edition — which features cover model Kate Upton and iconic supermodel Christie Brinkley — boasts woman of "all ages and shapes.
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Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Brooks Nader admitted that appearing in the coveted magazine was far from simple. However the pinup, who would go on to follow in idol Christie Brinkley's footsteps, insisted it was all worth it. According to the outlet , Brooks attended the open casting call in Miami last year and made it to the final six out of over 10, Instagram and in-person applicants. The final six women then traveled to Paradise Island, The Bahamas in February of this year to shoot with photographer Yu Tsai for a spread in the issue. This brunette beauty with a Louisiana flare knows how to take a stunning photo and has the personality to match.
Millions subscribe to Sports Illustrated , which publishes many popular issues, including the highly anticipated annual Swimsuit edition. Many photos from this notorious issue have shocked SI fans over the years. Here we rank the most controversial Sports Illustrated swimsuit photos. Do the critics have a point, or are they missing the point?