Megan Thee Stallion and Leyna Bloom celebrated their historic Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue covers at the magazine’s reveal party in Florida on Friday night. The “Thot Sh*t” singer is the first rapper to ever cover the special-edition magazine, while Leyna made history with her SI debut as the first Black, Asian trans model to grace the cover. Naomi Osaka was also one of the three cover stars, however, she was not in attendance as she’s currently in Japan for the Olympic Games.
Megan considers the shoot “one of the best experiences in my life” due to the magazine’s dedication to diversity. “I think they are on the forefront when it comes to diversity and inclusion because they do not fear change, they lean into it,” Megan told People. “They see the world and have it reflect on the cover and pages inside. That is why they have been so successful.” Meanwhile, Leyna still can’t get over the major milestone. “There are no words to captivate how I feel or how anyone would feel — especially someone like me, because this has literally never happened to anyone like me on the face of the earth,” Leyna told SI. “I want to bask in this moment and enjoy July 19, 2021, because today will be a historical day in history.” See how Megan and Leyna celebrated their iconic covers at the SI bash ahead.
Little Mix know how to turn up the heat, but they also know how to have a really good time. Over the years, the British girl group — Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock and former member Jesy Nelson — have gone all out for their visuals. Whether they’re dancing the night away or getting dolled up in fun outfits, they always manage to turn their music videos into a big party. Their latest collaboration with Anne-Marie is no exception to that rule. The music video for “Kiss My (Uh Oh),” which was released on July 23, shows the group going full Bridesmaids as they have a wild bachelorette party with the English singer. After watching their latest collaboration with Anne-Marie, see some of their sexiest videos as a group ahead.
Who doesn’t enjoy learning something new every once in a while? If you’re in the mood for something that’s entertaining and educational, then documentaries are the way to go, and Netflix has tons of options available to stream. In August, we’re getting 11 new offerings, including the true story behind How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast), a Ryan Murphy-produced exposé on harmful conversion-therapy centers, the tale of a Holocaust survivor who claimed to be friends with wolves, and so much more. Whether you’re looking to watch true-crime, uplifting, or sports documentaries, you’re sure to find something you like among these 11 new titles.