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Aly Raisman poses nude in Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit to Empower Women... Ryan Murphy Gets $300 Million Deal With Netflix!

February 14, 2018

Aly Raisman & Olivia Culpo Pose Nude for 2018 SI Swimsuit: 'Women Do Not Have to Be Modest to Be Respected'

Aly Raisman is using her platform as an Olympian to empower herself and others. Since then she has teamed with clothing brand Aerie, starring in its new #AerieReal campaign un-retouched to encourage tolerance, acceptance and body positivity. And now she’s joining Sports Illustrated Swim‘s new franchise, “In Her Own Words,” posing completely nude with only the phrases “trust yourself,” “live for you,” and “abuse is never okay” written on her body. Rhode Island native Olivia Culpo participated in an “In Her Own Words” shoot, as well, appearing with words and phrases such as “pain shapes,” “love transforms,” and “woman” on her body.

Topless Kate Upton Was Swept Into Sea During Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Shoot

Anything for the shot, right Kate Upton? The model– who was back in front of the camera for the 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue – took a scary near-nude tumble during this year’s shoot – and it was all caught on camera. Upton managed to make her pose look effortless with the background of turquoise waters, the ocean was not as tranquil as it appeared. Staring at the camera and posing perfectly, the model – who was not named the cover model like last year – did not notice a wave before it crashed onto her rock pedestal. The combination of the weight of her long skirt and the strength of the water ended up making Upton tumble down the rock.


Ryan Murphy Moves To Netflix In $300 Million Deal

Call him the $300 million man. TV producer Ryan Murphy has signed a 5 year deal with Netflix worth a whopping $300 million, the New York Times reported late yesterday. “The history of this moment is not lost on me. I am a gay kid from Indiana who moved to Hollywood in 1989 with $55 dollars in savings in my pocket, so the fact that my dreams have crystallized and come true in such a major way is emotional and overwhelming to me,” he said in a statement. He currently serves as executive producer on “American Crime Story,” “American Horror Story,” “Feud” and “9-1-1,” all under his 20th Century Fox Television contract that expires in July. Murphy’s new series, “Ratched” and “The Politician,” will premiere globally on Netflix, the streaming service announced.