Herrington was told she was taking part in a virtual reality photo shoot, and when she "accidentally" walked into the wrong studio, she found herself in the same room with Banks.
Despite the fall, Upton managed to escape any major disaster during the racy shoot as she joked to SI, "I felt like I was laughing in the face of death". But the honor had special meaning for Herrington. Tyra Banks was reportedly the first black woman to be featured on the cover in 1997.
SI debuted the cover earlier on Tuesday (Feb. 13). "It was love at first sight".
Not only is it a powerful message about speaking out against abuse, but Raisman is also showing that what a woman does with her body is entirely her choice - a message people have really been appreciating.
But she put on her best professional model behaviour, got back on the rock again and wrapped up the shoot. Her sexiest cover features her completely nude with only jewelry on her hips and neck - so hot!
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"I would like to remind everyone that being a survivor is nothing to be ashamed of, and going through a hard time does not define you", she told the magazine. All those things separately don't guarantee a cover, though.
"Whoops! Things got a little rocky on Kate Upton's #SISwim 2018 shoot in Aruba", they captioned the clip, which shows the exact moment the 25-year-old was knocked off her feet by the rogue wave. "She owned every single second of her shoot", the editor continued. The Compton, Calif. native mesmerized as she posed for her first professional shoot (EVER) in lovely Fiji.
Tyra was enlisted to reveal to model Danielle Herrington that she chosen for the coveted Sports Illustrated cover, and adopted her famous ANTM monologue for the job.
Models Raven Lyn, Danielle Herrington, Chase Carter, Kate Bock and Samantha Hoopes appear at a charity event for hurricane victims in Miami, Fla., Dec. 7, 2017. But she has accomplished a lot in her 10-plus years as a model.