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Photos of Brooklyn Decker, Bar Refaeli, Cintia Dicker, Hilary Rhoda, Anne Vyalitsyna, and More Celebrating 2010's Sports Illustr

Brooklyn and Bar Hang Up Their Bikinis to Celebrate Swimsuits!

The lovely ladies of Sports Illustrated gathered last night to celebrate the year's new swimsuit edition. Cover girl Brooklyn Decker looked happy as could be posing with her hot issue — make sure to check out shots from inside the magazine! Bar Refaeli wrapped up her Italian vacation with Leonardo DiCaprio in time to make it to the party, wearing an unusually loose black dress down the red carpet. Brooklyn and Bar were joined by some fellow bikini models, including Hilary Rhoda, Cintia Dicker, and Anne Vyalitsyna, who enjoyed an exotic trip of her own with Leo last Summer. It wasn't all women out to mark the occasion, as a few lucky guys like John Legend and Mark McGrath were also there enjoying the sights.


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Images include: Brooklyn Decker, Bar Refaeli, John Legend, Mark McGrath, Cintia Dicker, Julie Henderson, Anne Vyalitsyna, Jessica White

Image Source: Getty
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lilegwene lilegwene 5 years
They're both very pretty, but my problem with both Bar and Brooklyn is that they have no memorable features! Couldn't pick them out of a crowd to save my life.
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