And the hits keep coming, as they say.
Last month we featured a story about how supermodel Christie Brinkley remains so young and gorgeous looking, because when she showed up at the 50th Anniversary party for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue looking completely flawless, many were baffled how she was able to look so good at 60 years of age.
Well, the blond beauty has done it again at another Sports Illustrated party, when she showed up on the event's pink carpet and made everybody go wild.
Decked out in a body hugging, low-cut, orange-dress, Brinkley looked as if she just stepped out of a high-end fashion magazine, circa 1979--she looked that good. And it's not just her fashion choices that seem to impress everyone, it's her overall youthful appearance, which doesn't seem to be attached to a lot of plastic surgery.
Sure, she might have undergone some form of surgery to look younger, but it's hard to tell because for one, she doesn't have that trout-mouth-plastic surgery-look, and two, she's been known to be a big health buff who exercises regularly and eats right.
MJ Day, who's the senior editor for Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, said he's completely blown away by how young Brinkley looks and she can easily pass for someone 30 years her junior.
"She looks phenomenal," Day said. "She has the legs of a 30-year old and the face of an angel. She's what you aspire to look like at 60. She's mind-blowingly beautiful.
In an interview with People magazine, Brinkley says that she can't wait to turn 60 because she feels this is one of the best periods of her life. "I'm actually excited about turning 60," she said "I feel on top of my game.
And although she's proud to look so good for her age, she tries to tone it down when she's with her children and avoids wearing bikinis when she takes them to the beach.
"My kids would be so embarrassed," she said. "In private I may wear a bikini, but at the public beach with my kids I would change bathing suits because they do not want to be hanging out with some old broad in a bikini."
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