Lily Aldridge Buys Her Own Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, Exposes Lacy Underwear at Launch Party

Lily Aldridgeis a proud Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl, and you better believe she picked up a few copies of her issue!

The 28-year-old model Instagrammed a snap Tuesday that showed her "buying my first (2) copies " of the 50th anniversary mag featuring herself, Chrissy Teigen and Nina Agdal on the cover. She bundled up to go to the bodega, but hours later she wore a very revealing dress to the mag's 50th anniversary party at NYC's Swimsuit Beach House.

VIDEO: Chrissy, Nina and Lily share their best bikini poses

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Lily Aldridge, Sports Illustrated PartyLily's wowed in a midriff-baring all-black Thakoon ensemble with a slit in the skirt that exposed her decorative lacy underwear. She paired her risqué look with black heels and a dramatic red lip.

The brunette beauty had no qualms about sharing this year's cover with Nina and Chrissy, either. When asked who over really belonged to this year, Nina told Sports Illustrated's Swim Daily blog diplomatically, "All of us."

But Chrissy saw things a little differently, explaining, "If I were to pick...I would have to say our butts won it."

Source: www.eonline.com

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Stupid me. i left that sports illustrated from about two months ago on a plane. it had that article on Rickey Henderson and the myths and realities of possibly the best and worst teammate a guy could have.
anyone else read this article? it was hilarious. i am hoping one of you can link me to it online.

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