9 items from 2017
Disney Pixar's Cars 3 is teaming up with Nascar this year as crowd favorite Lightning McQueen prepares to return to the big screen June 16, 2017. Plans for the joint effort were shared by Cars 3 director Brian Fee, Cristela Alonzo, the voice of the film's elite trainer Cruz Ramirez, and Nascar's vice president of entertainment marketing & content development Zane Stoddard today at the Daytona International Speedway in Florida as fans gear up for the Daytona 500 (live Feb. 26 at 2 p.m. Et on Fox). Owen Wilson, the voice of Lightning McQueen, will serve as grand marshal for the 59th annual "Great American Race."
Nascar drivers Chase Elliott, Ryan Blaney, Daniel Suárez and Bubba Wallace will join Nascar legends Jeff Gordon and Richard Petty as voices in the upcoming film. According to Lylle Breier, senior vice president, worldwide marketing partnerships and special events for the Walt Disney Studios, the movie inspired an expanded program with Nascar. »
Sports Illustrated made its focus body diversity in the 2017 Swimsuit issue — and the models could not be happier.
Hunter McGrady, who debuted in the issue as its curviest model ever, was thrilled to see the magazine push for change.
“It’s about time that we are seeing this in the media, like come on now, it’s been long enough,” McGrady, 23, tells People. “I feel so proud to be a part of it.”
And three-time cover model Kate Upton, 24 agrees that the issue is empowering for women.
“Every page you flip through, every woman is different, different shape, different size and different age, »
- Julie Mazziotta
Nina Agdal had quite the road to stardom.
In the March 2017 issue of Maxim magazine, the 24-year-old model girlfriend of Leonardo DiCaprio reveals that she moved from Denmark to America with only $40 to her name.
"English was my worst subject in school," she recalls of landing in Miami, Florida, at age 18. "I was very shy about saying anything and was so scared. I landed with $40 and a little piece of paper with the address for the model apartment."
She may have been shy as a teen, but Agdal is more than confident on the Maxim cover, appearing topless underneath a blush-colored leather jacket.
Then again, the Danish beauty has had lots of practice showing skin for the camera. In 2012, Agdal snagged the first of several appearances in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue and earned the publication’s Rookie of the Year honor »
Even Sports Illustrated Swimsuit models have a tough time losing the baby weight!
“It is a challenge, but it’s also a pleasure, because we are lucky to have these problems!” Balti says during a Facebook Live with People Now.
The Italian native says she had to kick her workouts into high gear after the birth of her second daughter.
“As soon as I gave birth I had like 20 kilos, »
- Julie Mazziotta
Teigen recently unveiled her plans to appear in the 2017 Si Swimsuit issue — but she acknowledges that things are different this time.
The 31-year-old model became a mom last year to 10-month-old daughter Luna Simone. And while she is still comfortable in her own skin, she acknowledges that pregnancy and childbirth have affected her body.
People caught up with Teigen at a beach in Miami as she shot a commercial for Vita Coco. »
- Steve Helling
Chrissy Teigen was involved in a minor car accident in Hollywood on Tuesday evening, People confirms.
The model, 31, was the passenger in a car that was hit at about 7:30 p.m. Pt, E! News reports. Teigen was not hurt in the crash.
The outlet reported that an unnamed suspect was arrested on a misdemeanor hit and run charge.
Teigen, who is married to singer John Legend, recently celebrated her return to the pages of Sports Illustrated‘s Swimsuit Issue since her 2010 “Rookie of the Year” debut. It’s one of her first major photo shoots since giving birth to her 10-month-old daughter Luna. »
- People Staff
Chrissy Teigen has been a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue staple since her 2010 “Rookie of the Year” debut. And over the past six years, she’s written a cookbook, joined Spike TV’s Lip Sync Battle as a host, married John Legend and became a mom to their 10-month-old daughter Luna (just to name a few of her milestones). Now, for the first time, the star is revealing her post-baby body in a powerful photo shoot for the 2017 Si Swimsuit issue, less than one year after giving birth.
“It’s been awhile since I’ve done anything swimsuit,” the 31-year-old model »
- Jillian Ruffo
Nina Agdal is back!
The 24-year-old model, who is dating actor Leonardo DiCaprio, is making her return to Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue, the magazine announced on Wednesday.
And the Danish beauty is hotter than ever! In a sneak peek look from the steamy 2017 photo shoot, Agdal rocks gorgeous beach waves, a smokey eye and bronzed glow, flaunting her flawless bod in a sexy red bikini with straps.
Ruven Afanador/Sports Illustrated
To kick off the celebrations, the Victoria's Secret model will be attending Vibes by Sports Illustrated Swimsuit -- Si Swimsuit’s inaugural music, food and culture festival -- in Houston next month. The magazine has teamed up with Edge and Tinder to give one lucky guy and a friend the chance to fly down to meet Agdal, and even receive some dating tips, which you can »
Kansas City Royals ace pitcher Yordano Ventura was killed Sunday in a car crash in his native Dominican Republic ... the same day former Mlb player Andy Marte also died in a separate crash in the same country. Ventura was known for his electric fastball, but also for his short temper. He was suspended for 9 games last season for throwing a ball at an Orioles 3rd basemen. His nickname was Ace Ventura, and he was on »
- TMZ Staff
9 items from 2017
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