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05-1999 Glamour

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It's Rebecca Romijn redux. The blond supermodel who graced the cover of Sports Illustrated's February (1999, RRF) swimsuit issue is back wearing a bikini on Glamour magazine's upcoming May swimsuit issue.

Glamour editor Bonnie Fuller defends her copycat-like choice, saying: "The image she is projecting is so different. The look is made for women to relate to. She is sitting there looking comfortable. It's not an itsy-bitsy bathing suit."

10-05-1998: People Magazine

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People article

Romijn is crazy about her new job hosting House of Style, but the model is happier about marrying former Full House star John Stamos, whom she wed Sept. 19 in Los Angeles. "I'm thrilled about marriage," says the 25-year-old, who may eventually drop her old surname. "I will no longer have to say, 'Romijn, like the lettuce,'" she jokes. MTV hopes a lot more people will be calling her name. "She's smart, funny, a great ad-libber," says Style executive producer Alisa Bellettini. "She is a natural."

02-1999: SI Swimsuit Issue

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In the "Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition 1999" Austin Murphy has written an article about the painting of the models for this magazine. The parts of the article, which are about Rebecca Romijn can be written here. The painting has taken place on Necker Island, the private island of Richard Branson on the British Virgin Islands.

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03-2002 Marie Claire

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The first thing Rebecca Romijn notices on the boat is the cage - you know, the one that will stand between her and
a sea full of circling sharks. It is constructed of PVC tubing. It lies, folded, on the deck. And, with apologies to whoever constructed it, it does not appear to be an impenetrable fortress of protection.

"I mean, it's plastic," Rebecca smirks. "I have beach chairs that look sturdier than this."

08-2003 Self

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Rule 1: Instant head clearer: handstands
"I do them anytime I feel nervous or need to be 'on.' Being upside down gets blood and oxygen to the brain, so I can think more clearly. Before I go on talk shows, I do handstands in my dressing room. Once, I was doing one right before Jimmy Kimmel Live, but I knocked over a lamp and totally tore up my knee. I never said I was good at them. I practically limped on to that show."

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