Kate Upton Tumbles Off A Rock In Scary Ocean Shoot Footage


The 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl is telling Inside Edition she is "so excited" and "honored" to have been chosen for the coveted spot, and despite the achievement, she does not have a Valentine.

Danielle is only the third black woman to be featured on the cover of the swimsuit edition, after Tyra and Beyonce, and she cites Tyra as one of her idols.

The handsome brunette was shot by photographer Ben Watts in Harbour Island, Bahamas, where she stunned on the pink sand beaches of the Caribbean island.

Samantha Hoopes burned up the internet on Tuesday after Sports Illustrated dropped footage from her stunning shoot for the 2018 Swimsuit issue.

Herrington hails from Compton, California, in Southern Los Angeles.

In an interview previous year, she told Fox News: 'I just remember Tyra Banks being on the cover and that's where it all started for me.

The model, who stands at 5-feet-10-inches, was in the middle of a shoot on a attractive beach in Aruba when a giant wave knocked her down to the sandy ground.

More news: Faith brought Olympic figure skater Alexa Scimeca Knierim 'back on the ice'

"I can't even believe I'm saying this". "I put in so much work", she shared. "Just give me your hand, who cares if I see your tits, hahaha", commented joshlewis1. All those things separately don't guarantee a cover, though.

"They set a really good example for my generation and I really want to set a good example like they did for the next generation", she added.

Inside the pages of the issue is a photo shoot that's dedicated to the increasingly widespread #MeToo movement: "In Her Own Words".

Olivia Culpo strips down for her first appearance in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.

The 25-year-old actress, who starred romantic comedy The Other Woman, took a risk during her latest shoot in Aruba by standing on a rock in the sea on what appeared to be a stormy day.

Since 1964, Sports Illustrated has been celebrating the female physique and helping undiscovered models find success in the cutthroat modeling world.