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'Sports Illustrated' Swimsuit Issue: Chrissy Teigen, Lily Aldridge, and Nina Agdal share the cover -- PHOTO

After back-to-back years of Kate Upton going it alone, the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue features not one, not two, but three cover girls: Nina Agdal, Lily Aldridge, and Chrissy Teigen.

The cover was revealed Thursday night on SI‘s Swim Daily blog, before getting its TV debut on tonight’s Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Teigen, who is married to R&B singer John Legend, made her Swimsuit Issue debut in 2010, but this is her first cover. It’s the rookie year for Aldridge, a Victoria’s Secret model married to Kings of Leon’s Caleb Followill, while Agdal made her SI debut in 2012.

The 50th Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition goes live across the web, mobile, tablet, and newsstands on February 18. READ FULL STORY

Anatomy of a TV Bitch: A guest blog from the creator of VH1's 'Hit the Floor'


Tonight, VH1’s Hit the Floor, one of summer TV’s potential guiltiest pleasures, debuts at 9 p.m. ET. The scripted show, from first-time showrunner James LaRosa, centers on the Devil Girls, the dance squad for a fictional LA basketball team. There’s naive rookie Ahsha (Taylour Paige), whose mother (Kimberly Elise) was an original Devil Girl and doesn’t want her daughter to follow in her footsteps; Kyle, a gold-digging stripper (Katherine Bailess); and Raquel (Valerie Ortiz), the seemingly sweet single mom. But you know we’re all about Jelena (Logan Browning), the ruthless captain. Looking at the picture above, you can already pick her out (third from the left). Here, LaRosa breaks down the anatomy of a TV bitch.

By: James LaRosa

I love bad bitches, that’s my f*****’ problem.

My love affair started in the womb. From beyond the booming sound of my mother’s heartbeat, I could hear in the pale distance the echoes of women. Bloodthirsty women. Verbally lacerating women. While some mothers read flashcards to their engorged bellies, my mother was mainlining me with life lessons from her favorite soaps. Soaps where Bitches ruled the world. When I was born, I slapped the doctor and then took over his father’s company.

Like snowflakes or Quaids, no two Bitches are alike. However, every Bitch is made up of the same ingredients. Be careful mixing at home as contents can explode and ruin you: READ FULL STORY

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