Hannah Davis Unveiled As Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Editions 2015 Cover Model (VIDEO)


Hannah Davis lands Sports Illustrated swimsuit 2015 cover

Model Hannah Davis was revealed late Wednesday night as the cover girl of the coveted swimsuit edition of the sporting magazine.

The 24-year-old model, who is the girlfriend to Derek Jeter, stars in one of the most risque covers to date.

In the photo, Hannah is shown wearing a black lace and nude bikini, with her bikini bottoms pulled down quite low.

The super-sexy photo was taken on a blackberry farm by celebrity photographer Ben Watts, who is the brother of actress Naomi Watts.

The racy cover photo is captioned on the cover, “Hannah Davis goes down South to a blackberry farm in Tennessee.”

Hannah Davis lands Sports Illustrated swimsuit 2015 cover

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue 2015’s cover model was revealed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday night.

Jimmy Fallon teased the crowd, “You know, they always keep the cover of the swimsuit edition a big secret and it’s almost impossible to get an advance copy of the magazine.

“But this is The Tonight Show. And we’re in Los Angeles. We like to make the impossible possible. Let’s bring it out! Guys, behind this curtain is the official never-before-seen top secret cover of the 2015 Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. And tonight, for the first time, we’re going to unveil it.”

Hannah Davis lands Sports Illustrated swimsuit 2015 cover

With the help of announcer Steve Higgins, Jimmy pulled down a curtain to reveal a giant version of the cover.

Hannah walked out in a cute tuxedo jumpsuit, grabbing announcer Steve joking, “Did you want to get out of here?”

Hannah’s top spot follows last year’s models Lily Aldridge, Nina Agdal and Chrissy Teigen, who starred on the 50th anniversary issue of the magazine, which was the first cover to have three models.

Prior to that Kate Upton landed the cover two years in a row.

The 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is online this Monday with the print edition on hitting newsstands the following day.

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