Brooklyn Decker was discovered as a teen in a North Carolina mall, a golden find. Brooklyn Decker, 22, scores Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition’s 2010 cover. Avid Tar Heel basketball fan Brooklyn Decker has had fans of her own for quite some time. Decker has a past with Sports Illustrated.
Brooklyn Decker has tapped into past Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issues for the last 4 years. The blue eyed blonde haired 36C 24 34 slam dunks 2010.
Decker has on-air experience. She appeared in shows such as Ugly Betty, Chuck, Royal Pain, and The Dan Patrick Show. She joined the cast of Sports New York where she spoke of the NCAA Basketball Tournament in the past.
However, the 5’9″ model’s talents can be viewed through a camera’s eye. Her modeling experience taps into big industry names. Brooklyn Decker has modeled for Victoria’s Secret, ELLE, and Gap, including various pictorials such as with Glamour and Cosmopolitan.
Brooklyn Decker moved from Ohio to Charlotte, North Carolina at an early age. Possibly the best move her family could have made all around.
Brooklyn’s parents are doctors as North Carolina has held popular with medical facilities for the last fifty years, including Duke. At age 10 Brooklyn Decker wanted to become a veterinarian, an actress with the many other dreams as a little girl. But being a model was not her only focus.
Decker’s trip to a North Carolina mall would change everything.
While in a North Carolina mall Decker was spotted at 16-years-old. Popular prom dress maker, Mauri Simone, offered the world a glance at upcoming model hopeful Brooklyn Decker. And the rest was history.
Brooklyn Decker’s love life has shifted into marriage this past year. Decker married tennis pro Andy Roddick in a private ceremony on April 17, 2009. Andy Roddick’s wife will be the most viewed body across the nation for some time to come.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issues have always been an annual release since 1964 where the cover went to Babette March. Swimsuits have come a long way!
Late Show with David Letterman announced Brooklyn Decker as this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition model. Letterman announced the last three years of who would score that golden cover. This year it is no surprise that Brooklyn Decker scores again, she’s a 10 in 2010.
View Brooklyn Decker’s photos through a Sports Illustrated photo shoot below.