The world famous Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition just released names and pictures of their latest swimsuit models.
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Sports Illustrated, whose Twitter profile says they are “Opening Eyes, Speaking Truths, Changing Minds,” just released their swimsuit issues, and the world is excited!
This year SI surprised the world and landed Martha Stewart to grace one of their covers.
Stewart is the oldest person to go on the cover of the popular magazine, according to SI and Stewart.
Well known TV personality, and former inmate, Martha Stewart made it to the cover of the magazine.
There’s no arguing that Stewart is an absolute icon. The Emmy Award–winning television show host and founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia reaches more than 100 million fans monthly and, throughout her illustrious career, has written 99 lifestyle books. She’s also a proud mother and grandmother and, now 81, is the oldest SI Swimsuit cover model in the publication’s history.
Megan Fox is well known for her movies and Hollywood vibes.
Known for her breakout role in the 2007 blockbuster Transformers and other films like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, Till Death and Jennifer’s Body, Fox is much more than just an on-screen siren. While she’s landed on countless magazine covers, like Cosmopolitan, Rolling Stone and Elle, and worked as an ambassador for Giorgio Armani Beauty, the 36-year-old is proudest of being a mom to her three kids.
Brooks Nader posed in a “Baywatch” inspired one piece bathing suit for her photos.
A member of the SI Swimsuit family since 2019, Nader is a shining example of perseverance, someone who has never let a single “no” stop her from pursuing her dreams. After winning the ’19 Swim Search open casting call competition, Nader has returned to the SI Swimsuit fold every year since, working to amplify the message of the brand while developing her own.
Trans Model Kim Petras
Trans person and biological male is making an appearance on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Petras has been blazing a trail ever since releasing her first single, “I Don’t Want It at All,” six years ago. In February, the 30-year-old German pop star was the first transgender woman to win a Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, for her collaboration with Sam Smith on the track “Unholy.”
Authentic Brands Group (ABG), a global brand development, marketing and entertainment company purchased the intellectual property of Sports Illustrated from Meredith Corporation in May 2019.
Authentic Brand Group owns over 40 brands, has over 11,000 stores in 150 countries and who’s mission is “to evolve, transform and reimagine global brands through innovative business models, powerful storytelling, compelling content and immersive experiences.”
Authentic has shareholders like BlackRock, who also sit on the board of directors, and independent shareholders like Shaquille O’Neal and David Beckham.
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