Paulina Porizkova still looks amazing in a bikini nearly 30 years after posing on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Former supermodel Porizkova, who graced the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue in 1984 and 1985, tweeted several sexy bikini shots as she did "the siren for [her] hubby" while they were on vacation in Miami Beach. Porizkova, now 48, lounged poolside in a zebra print bikini for the sexy Twitter photos.
The Twitter page for former Czech supermodel Porizkova is filled with plenty of sexy bikini photos for her followers. Two months ago, she posted photos at Blue Lagoon, a geothermal luxury spa in Iceland, wearing a sexy black bikini adorned with a skull and crossbones. She also frequently takes "selfies" of herself wearing nothing but a bikini or other revealing attire.
Porizkova was chosen twice by People magazine as one of their Fifty Most Beautiful People in 1990 and 1992, and was also named one of the ten most beautiful women by Harper's Bazaar in 1992. She has graced the cover of numerous magazines including Elle, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and Glamour. Porizkova has since gone on to be a judge on America's Next Top Model for Cycles 10-12, compete on Dancing with the Stars in 2007, and release a fiction novel called A Model Summer.
However, she was also the main target in a lawsuit against Avon by New York resident Jade Barnett, who branded the company "snake oil" after claiming their anti-aging products were bogus. The lawsuit compared a "wrinkly," unretouched photo of Porizkova from 2011 with her "highly embellished image" for the Anew campaign.
Porizkova goes makeup-free for most of her Twitter photos, but admitted to being retouched for her modeling shots. "You haven't seen a picture in a magazine [that isn't retouched] since at least Adobe Photoshop came out. Do I look better in some pictures than others? I'm sure," said Porizkova.
In addition to modeling, she is also an occasional actress and regular blogger for both Modelina and Huffington Post. Porizkova revealed last May that she is working on another book, "or should be instead of Twittering," she joked.