If you reside in Florida and wish to get a duplicate of this 12 months’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, you higher beat Summer Wilson to the journal rack.
The former Ravens cheerleader is one in all the 13 “Swim Search” fashions featured in this 12 months’s historic journal, which hits cabinets right this moment, and she or he’s planning to purchase each copy she finds.
“It’s so freaking crazy. I can’t believe it,” Wilson stated. “This all started a year ago and it happened. It’s so crazy!”
In April, Sports Illustrated revealed that Wilson was one in all the “Swim Search” finalists, of which six have been presupposed to be chosen to look in print. But the journal’s editors had such a troublesome time narrowing the discipline that all of them made it in. Wilson bought the information Monday.
“I was crying, obviously!” she stated. “When I bought it, it was like, ‘Holy crap, that is actual life.’ I’m in this journal.
“It was a very emotional moment for me because I got there myself. I didn’t have an agency, I didn’t have this massive following, I’m not this massive name. I’m just a girl in corporate America, a retired NFL cheerleader, just chasing a dream in a pandemic and it happened. It’s a historic magazine that I cannot believe I’m in.”
There are three totally different covers for this 12 months’s problem, that includes rapper Megan Thee Stallion, professional tennis player Naomi Osaka and actress/model Leyna Bloom, who’s the first transgender girl to ever be featured on the iconic cowl.
Wilson nonetheless would not know which of her pictures, which have been taken by Yu Tsai in Atlantic City, N.J., can be featured in the journal.