Thank God for Camille Kostek. There is nothing like a new selfie from the model to cure a case of the Monday blues.
For those who may not know, Camille Kostek is the longtime girlfriend of Tampa Buccaneers’ tight end, Rob Gronkowski. That is not her only claim to fame, though. Kostek is also a professional dancer, cheerleader, and fitness model. She has nearly one million followers on Instagram alone. Oh, and did we mention that she is the former Sports Illustrated cover girl for the magazine’s swimsuit issue? It’s safe to say that she is doing pretty dang well for herself.
It’s also safe to say that we are all doing much better whenever Kostek posts a new photo. And that is exactly what the 29-year-old did on Monday. Her latest selfie comes straight out of a hotel room bathroom at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. Kostek is rocking a lime green crop top as she serves up a side-eyed look to her fans.
Camille Kostek is Working With Sports Illustrated Swimsuit
Sports Illustrated has enlisted a little help as they continue their search process to find a new cover girl. And who better to turn to for help than Camille Kostek? The game show host was previously on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue 2019 edition. And not only that, but she was the first winner of the Sports Illustrated Swim Search.
In a social media post last week, Kostek shared that she will be helping narrow down applications for the newest swimsuit issue.
“Out of office and on location with the @si_swimsearch finalists this week,” Kostek wrote on Instagram. “I am loving getting to know these girls beyond what I’ve been learning about them online through the submission process this year. The energy is so felt here all week long and I’m stoked to be a piece of their journey. This @si_swimsuit swim search changed my life forever 4 years ago and now I get to witness it changing theirs.”
As it currently stands, the newest Swimsuit Issue is set to hit the stands in May of 2021. Although previous issues used to be released in February, the new May release date makes a lot more sense.
“This is where it’s great,” Sports Illustrated editor MJ Day told the Associated Press of the May date. “It’s always hard to think about buying a swimsuit when it’s 18 degrees out.”