Brooklyn Decker: Will She Make The Cover Of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue?
Brooklyn Decker is currently making headlines thanks to her role in the recently released Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston film, Just Go With It. But the model/actress and wife of tennis star Andy Roddick is also still in the news for her role in the much-anticipated 2011 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, and debate rages regarding whether or not she'll be the cover model yet again for this year's issue.
Decker in a bikini has become pretty much her standard photo spread at this point in her career, and her role in Just Go With It also features a scene where she emerges from the ocean wearing an outfit strikingly similar to her barely-there wardrobe on SI's 2010 swimsuit issue.
So being in a bikini is nothing new for the model/actress, and rumors continue to swirl that she may be the cover girl for SI's 2011 swimsuit issue. The cover will be revealed tomorrow night on the Late Show with David Letterman, with 10 models featured in the issue participating in the show's nightly Top 10 list.
In recent interviews Decker has made it clear that she wants to do more acting, and transition away from being primarily a model. She's set to appear in another upcoming film, Battlefield, which is scheduled for release in 2012.
But being the cover model on the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue is nothing but helpful in trying to build a career in Hollywood. It's still as widely circulated a magazine as we have left these days, sure to be seen by countless eyes.
If she continues to get high-profile spots like the cover of SI, and films alongside stars such as Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler, she may very well become the better known half of her American power couple (if she isn't already).
Tomorrow night we'll find out if it's two years in a row on SI's cover for Brooklyn Decker, but for now, Just Go With It is playing nationwide, so if you need your Brooklyn-in-a-bikini fix, feel free to check that out.
For more on Ms. Decker and the rest of the world of sports-infused pop culture, check out Brooklyn Decker, Carrie Underwood and the Rest of the B/R Swagger Buzz.
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