Brittany Mahomes is set to make her debut in Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit edition as a rookie in 2024, joining luminaries such as Lori Harvey, Sharina Gutierrez, and Penny Lane.
The announcement of Brittany Mahomes’ inclusion in the Swimsuit edition coincides with her husband, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, gearing up for another shot at a Super Bowl title.
Described by Sports Illustrated as a mother of two and the owner of the Kansas City Current, Brittany will be featured alongside a diverse group of women who utilize their platforms to advocate for visibility and empowerment.
MJ Day, editor of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition, hailed Brittany as a modern-day powerhouse, citing her groundbreaking initiative in establishing the world’s first dedicated stadium for women’s sports. Day expressed pride in welcoming Brittany to the SI Swimsuit family, anticipating her continued impact in empowering women globally.
While Brittany’s inclusion sparked controversy among some, former MLB star Lenny Dykstra expressed support, citing her status as a natural-born woman.
Lenny posted: “She’s annoyingAF, but this is Sports Illustrated in 2024 we’re talking about, so let’s just be happy they’re featuring someone here that we can be confident has a vagina and isn’t in immediate need of the services of Richard Simmons.”
Brittany herself embraces authenticity, urging others to embrace self-love and confidence. She emphasized the importance of staying true to oneself and pursuing personal growth, whether in health, relationships, or career aspirations.
As the excitement builds for Super Bowl 2024, Brittany’s feature in Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit edition adds another layer of anticipation to the event, scheduled to kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday.