Former UFC star Ronda Rousey - who is now set to sign with the WWE at the Elimination Chamber 2018 PPV - nearly killed everyone with her drop-dead avatar in the 2016 edition of the SI Swimsuit Issue, where she flaunted her perfectly-toned body in body paint.
"Women do not need to be modest to be respected-Live for you!" the note begins.
In the clip, Banks channels her America's Next Top Model judge voice before surprising Herrington with her cover photo.
"Sports Illustrated is allowing us to share a different side of us that people don't normally see", which she called "really incredible".
For the first time ever Sports Illustrated has featured a series of unedited photos for its "In Her Words" spread in a bid to champion female empowerment and challenge the way that women are presented in the media.
We kind of wish "I have never in my life yelled at a girl like this" had been worked into it, but it was totes emosh.
"I believe that everyone is a survivor of something", she told the magazine. "I put in so much work", she shared.
Olympian Aly Raisman's new photo shoot for Sports Illustrated Swim is truly attractive.
"Last year, Danielle was a rookie, and yet already an exemplary model, "SI swimsuit editor MJ Day said in a statement". All those things separately don't guarantee a cover, though.
Danielle reportedly started modeling at the age of 13, but it wasn't until she turned 21, that she packed her bags and moved from her home in Compton, California to New York City.
"Whoops! Things got a little rocky on Kate Upton's #SISwim 2018 shoot in Aruba", they captioned the clip, which shows the exact moment the 25-year-old was knocked off her feet by the rogue wave. The magazine, which included an all-female crew, labeled that section "In Her Own Words", according to NBC News. "I felt I had experience from my first SI shoot which helped me for this second one".
MSU faculty votes no confidence in trustees
The Michigan attorney general's office, the Department of Education, both chambers of the U.S. We've done it before and we'll do it moving forward. "We did cooperate with everything".