By Travis February 24, 2014 @ 11:00 AM
Continuing their ongoing month of celebration for the fact that they’ve remained relevant in the face of several decades of internet pornography, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue models competed in a volleyball tournament against some other celebrities over the weekend at the Food Network South Beach Food and Wine Festival. Most notably, Jamie Foxx was there to remind everyone that he once won an Oscar, and probably to hit on Chrissy Teigen, Hannah Ferguson, Samantha Hoopes, Kate Bock, Lily Aldridge and the many other models, because he’s simply a man with a penis and needs. But then Richard Sherman showed up, and everyone probably held their purses a little tighter and quietly tried to dial 911 on their phones through their pockets, all while he rescued a kitten from a tree and helped build a house for a homeless family while teaching them all how to read.
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By Lex February 14, 2014 @ 3:30 PM
Sports Illustrated has done it this time. The once heralded leader in sports news coverage has gone and put not one, but three models on the cover of their 50th anniversary edition. When you consider the exponential work involved in Photoshopping not one, but three models in the same photo, you’ll understand that some underpaid pale dudes in a dark New York studio have some carpal tunnel flaring up fierce today. I’m not sure these girls were ever even on the same island for this group shot. I think one of them is using their high school year book photo morphed with the arms of a dead Australian long jumper. Two of these girls are actually men. If airbrushing tits were a sport, SI would be ESPN.
You can see the girls screaming and crying about their cover news HERE.
Photo Credit: Sports Illustrated
By Travis February 06, 2014 @ 10:00 AM
Whoever is in charge of organizing the guest list for the annual amfAR Gala has the best and easiest job in the world, because the lead-in to Fashion Week guarantees that just about any Victoria’s Secret or Sports Illustrated model that matters will show up. In turn, old rich guys are bound to spend tons of money for the best seats in the house, all in the name of AIDS research, but with the actual intention of sitting so close to the models, they can smell the color of their underwear. Last night’s cattle call of models included Karolina Kurkova, Behati Prinsloo, Karlie Kloss, Alyssa Miller, Erin Heatherton, Lindsay Ellingson, Lily Aldridge and more. Naturally, Michelle Rodriguez also showed up because she probably heard there was an open bar and thought, “One hand for my beer and five fingers for the ladies.”
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By Travis November 14, 2013 @ 10:00 AM
If you were somehow able to wager that the 2013 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show at the Lexington Avenue Armory in New York City last night would feature some very attractive women walking around in expensive lingerie, random outfits nobody will ever see again and gigantic wings, then you’re probably a wealthier man this morning. Erin Heatherton, Lily Aldridge, Alessandra Ambrosio, Doutzen Kroes, Candice Swanepoel and others showed off the company’s latest items that your girlfriends and wives will never, ever be able pull off, and then Taylor Swift even showed up to perform so that everyone could take a bathroom break.
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By Travis October 23, 2013 @ 9:00 AM
When it comes to Victoria’s Secret models, people don’t talk about Lindsay Ellingson (left) and Lily Aldridge a lot, because they’re not approaching billionaire status like Gisele Bundchen and they’re not sleeping with Leonardo DiCaprio. That we know of. But Lindsay and Lily showed off why they deserve to be a little more famous yesterday, when they helped introduce the new Victoria’s Secret World’s Best Sports Bra in New York City. And it worked, because I immediately bought 10 of these things, mostly because my favorite sport has always been women wearing tight clothing, standing in one place and blowing kisses. It’s truly America’s greatest pastime.
Photo Credits: Andres Otero/WENN.com