Found March 13, 2013 on
Nina Agdal has already had a hell of a 2013…and it’s only March. Her appearance in the SI Swimsuit issue was nothing short of jaw dropping and the Carl’s Jr. commercial made us all forget about Kate Upton for a few minutes.
Then we saw these new lingerie photos Nina did for Frederick’s of Hollywood. Whoa. She sure is giving Larisa Fraser a run for her money for the hottest Frederick’s shoot of the year.
After being named the SI Swimsuit Rookie of the Year in 2012, we knew big things were coming for Agdal. We can only hope there is way more where that came from.
[h/t Photoshoot Blogger via Fredericks]
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Here’s a blonde bombshell that just might give Kate Upton a little competition for the cover of the next Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition.
Canadian Kate Bock, 22, has been named the 2013 SI Swimsuit Rookie of the Year.
Bock beat out Hannah Davis, Natasha Barnard and Emily DiDonato with 41 percent of the vote in an online poll.
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Remember all the blogs that said Kate Upton and Justin Verlander had broken up because Miss Cleavage told some TV station that she was single? You didn’t see Busted Coverage falling for her ********. Look who watched Justin Verlander pitch today against the Mets.
Of course JV was roughed up, allowing five runs over 4 1/3 innings. You know, he was just working on his stuff.
Click on photo to see an updated NBA Power Rankings
Miami Heat and then who? Well, who cares. The Miami Heat are going to win the NBA Championship end of story. The East isn’t a competitor. The Knicks couldn’t beat them with Amar’e. As for the West – The Spurs, the Thunder, no thanks.
South Florida has some pretty sweet new basketball uniforms [USAToday]