Hannah Davis’ 2015 jaw-dropping cover made its debut Feb. 5 and we have to know if you think it’s hotter than Kate Upton stripping down in 2012 or Christie Brinkley’s itty-bitty white bikini on the 1981 cover. It’s a battle of the bikinis and we want you to vote!
Hannah Davis‘s 2015 Sports Illustrated cover is so hot and making major headlines for how low and tiny her bikini bottoms are. But don’t you remember when Kate Upton was spilling out of her itty bitty 2012 and 2013 bikinis? No one could stop talking about Brooklyn Decker‘s now famous yellow bikini in 2010. It was untied and she was covering her exposed breasts with her arms. Let’s take a ride back in time to remember the hottest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Editions ever and tell us who you think is the reigning queen of bikini hotness.
Hannah Davis Vs. Kate Upton: Who Had The Hottest ‘Sports Illustrated’ Cover Ever?
Hannah, 24 looks gorgeous on the 2015 cover but don’t you remember Leonardo DiCaprio‘s ex-girlfriend Bar Refaeli looking smoking hot in 2009? Just recently the 2014 50th anniversary featured Chrissy Teigen, Nina Agdal and Lily Aldridge and they made major headlines for their bare bottoms. In 1986 Elle Macpherson looked gorgeous in Bora Bora in her plunging blue one piece and Christie Brinkley graced the cover more than once and no one will ever forget how sizzling she looked in her white bikini!
Hannah, the girlfriend of former Yankees star, Derek Jeter, looks gorgeous on her cover and believe it or not, she shot it on a farm, not even at the beach!
Hannah Davis On ‘Sports Illustrated’
Hannah is being labeled as having the sexiest cover of all time because of how low her bikini bottoms are! But even though some may love it and others are total haters, she tells Sports Illustrated that she had on idea that she was going to be on the cover!
“I told my mom there was no way I’d get the cover,” she said. “I told her ‘They do beaches for covers and I’m on a farm. There’s no way. It’s not possible.'”
She also said that she would have been fine with not being on the cover: “I’ve always enjoyed the whole Swimsuit experience, and said that anything extra—a little square on the cover or anything like that—was a bonus. But still, this was my dream.”
HollywoodLifers, who do you think has the hottest cover ever?
— Chloe Melas