The footage of the accident was posted on the magazine's Instagram page and Upton can be seen posing in yellow bikini bottoms with a large tulle skirt and her hands over her chest.
Both Stephens and Bouchard later took to their social media accounts to share a few pictures with their fans.
Herrington found out that she was the SI cover model with help from Tyra Banks. Now, she's teaming up with Sports Illustrated to continue speaking out.
Herrington, 24, was told of the honor at Sports Illustrated studios where she was surprised by former Sports Illustrated model Tyra Banks, who was the first black woman to appear on the cover. You'll be thrilled to find out that this year's cover star is a Black woman from Compton, and she's killing it. She then spent 25 years as a Covergirl, performing on Broadway, and now has her own skin care line, [UNKNOWN] label. "I just always aspired to be like her and follow in her footsteps".
The Sports Illustrated's swimsuit magazine is back, and again, tennis beauties have shown off their bold side.
Recounting her troubling tale of abuse in a MI courthouse last month, Raisman laid into Nassar, 54, who was ultimately sentenced to 40 to 175 years in state prison in that trial. "It is a platform that allows the voice, the strength and the passion of these women to be expressed in the rawest form - on the naked body - with all the artistic and creative control left to them".
As for why the gymnast made a decision to be a part of the project, she told Sports Illustrated she found the concept remarkably empowering. In 2015, it revealed its first plus-size swimsuit model, Robyn Lawley.
If you have to paint the word "human" on the very woman you're objectifying to prove that she is in fact a human, and not just an object for men's sexual pleasure, you're doing it wrong.