The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue is a multi-million-dollar secret kept under wraps each year until it hits newsstands. Everything from the cover model to the exotic locales of the shoots to even the names of the women that grace its pages, remains top secret. And when it's finally revealed, it's a global sensation. Even in today's tough economy, it continues to print its own profits. Here we look at some of the lesser-known facts behind one of the best selling magazine issues of all time.
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There's never been any question that Chrissy Teigen is a swimsuit stunner—she did get her start as the Rookie of the Year in Sports Illustrated 's Swimsuit Issue, after all—but it turns out that even this new mom has moments of uncertainty about her body. Teigen made a return to her bikini roots in this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue less than a year after giving birth to baby Luna, and she looks amazing. In an exclusive clip from SI , Teigen admits that she had some doubts about bearing her body for the shoot. But of course you know that [SI Swimsuit editor] MJ [Day] and everyone at Sports Illustrated in general is going to embrace your body no matter what's happening and embrace the changes. And embrace her body she did. Teigen hasn't been shy about sharing details about the changes happening to her body now that she's a mom.
The Business Behind the SI Swimsuit Issue
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By Carly Stern For Dailymail. Lookin' good! Reprisal: She appeared as a SI Swim Search finalist in the issue and is back this year as one of two winners.