Brooklyn Decker


Brooklyn Decker Flaunts Cover Girl Curves, Kills Our Self Esteem


Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, Victoria’s Secret Angel, and Andy Roddick trophy wife Brooklyn Decker frolicked on a beach in Hawaii today, showing off what pays her bills. Decker donned a teeny yellow bikini while shooting a scene for Just Go With It, a comedy starring Adam Sandler, Jen Aniston, Nicole Kidman…and Heidi Montag. She plays Sandler’s dream girl in the film, a role we’re sure she plays in the mind of any guy who’s seen this year’s SI Swimsuit Issue. Excuse us while we go eat our dinner of carrots while simultaneously doing 10,000 crunches. [Photo: Splash News]

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Katy Perry Tops The Maxim Hot 100

Is Katy Perry the hottest star of 2010? Maxim certainly thinks so—Russell Brand‘s bride-to-be is topping this year’s Hot 100. “You suddenly realize that the smartest, funniest, coolest girl you know also happens to the best looking and a pretty good skateboarder, too,” explained editor Joe Levy. “All of sudden, your crush goes supernova, and this is Katy’s supernova moment.” We don’t know if she’d top our list, but she’s certainly a more logical choice than 2009’s winner, Olivia Wilde (who slides down to no. 20 this year). Do you think she’s as good as it gets? Let us know in our TheFABLife poll and check out the gallery to see who else made their top ten.

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Mrs. Andy Roddick Is New Sports Illustrated Cover Girl


We’ve always known Brooklyn Decker modeled, but we’ve mostly admired her work as her husband Andy Roddick‘s biggest fan, especially her cool composure court-side during his epic battle against Roger Federer in the Wimbledon finals this past summer. But the 23-year-old model is about to break out as a huge star, as she’s just been named the 2010 cover girl for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

The news was announced last night, and Brooklyn tweeted that she cried three different times as family members kept showing up to surprise her. Awww, what a sweet, emotional, sexy, steamy gal. More of Brooklyn below. [Photo: Walter Iooss Jr./Sports Illustrated]

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