Olivia Culpo is ringing in the New Year…supermodel style!!
The ‘Sports Illustrated’ cover model wants the world to remember she is one of the hottest people on the planet, as we ring in 2021, so she picked out some of the most colorful shots in her arsenal!
Culpo took to Instagram and asked fans to choose their favorite look from the past year, and let’s just say this is not an easy choice! But, at this point, the front-runner may be the pink Chanel outfit that had trouble keeping her contained!
You Gotta See This!
“Wanted to start 2021 feed with a little bit of color bc it makes me happy ? what’s your fav look 1-10?” Culpo captioned the mind-blowing photos!
In the sexy snaps, Olivia starts off with a stunning shot where she is sporting a two-piece light pink Chanel outfit that comes complete with a mini-skirt and a tiny top that is having trouble keeping her in! In the second shot, she is decked out in a skintight red dress with a slit so high, she is leaving little to the imagination.
“Can I have every single one of these ??! SO stunning! Your style is just unmatched! ???,” a fan wrote.
Another added, “Damn I love all of them! ???”
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“Absolutely stunning in those outfits ?,” a fan wrote after seeing the hotshot! I think we can all agreee with this one, “Ok I love you Every single one!!! You are a queen ????.”
Besides melting down Instagram for most of the year, Olivia had a few bumps along the way — including a scary surgery for Endometriosis. As we reported, the supermodel shared her struggles on social media revealing before and after photos of her emergency surgery. The model decided to undergo the procedure after struggling for years with ongoing pain.
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“Yesterday I had surgery for my endometriosis ❤️ Not a very glamorous post but I felt like I needed to share this to create more awareness around this disease. Endometriosis is a condition where tissue from the uterine lining decides to grow in other random parts of your body, causing pain. This can interfere with fertility and overall health and honestly – happiness,” she wrote on Instagram.
She continued, “I’m not going to post a ton more about my Endo progress on IG but I have been vlogging my pre+post surgery experience and will share that with you guys eventually to help more girls who are navigating their Endometriosis journey. Sending love to all my Endo warriors out there – thank you guys for all the DMS and support! I’m here for you and admire your strength.”