As many of you are aware that the upcoming Sports Illustrated (SI) Swimsuit 2016 is underway. The time when the SI castings are on the way, as they search for the most beautiful women in the world, and they invite us to follow them along their journey to find out which lucky model will turn out to be in the issue. One of the beautiful models casting to be in the Swimsuit 2016 issue is Storm model Chloe Lloyd, who had earlier covered the Portugal magazine earlier this year in 2015. In the swimsuit daily she had filled the form mentioning her modeling agency of New York : Elite Model Management, Modeling for the past : 4 years.
Lloyd is best known for appearing on magazines such as She has modelled for the magazines such as Elle,Brides, Marie, Cosmopolitan, Galore Glamour, and Vogue. She also has down ads for Maybelline, Thomas Sabo Campagne. While filling the form, she mentioned one of the craziest things she had to do when she was on a shoot was : Having an afro made of mint constructed on her head, which was very strange for her. The Elite model feels sexiest when she is glammed up on a shoot. Her guilty pleasure is when : The Kardashians is on, she is sorta addicted to the show. The 18 year old really loves watching the show. She loves cooking everything, and one of her biggest fears is not fulfilling her dreams. Her favorite song to sing in the show is of the former English pop girl group, Spice Girls. Even in her casting form for SI Daily she mentioned her boo’s name when asked about her favorite body part of a guy, to which she answered : Arms/ Her boo (Josh Cuthbert) has great arms.
The blonde model who loves watching the English football and thinks Gigi Hadid is hot, is currently casting to be in the Issue of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2016. She also tweeted 12 hours ago about her visit in New York City when she stopped by to see the babes at the SI Swimsuit. She asked her Twitter and Instagram followers to check out her casting and interview online right away and they should ask the Si Swimsuit for her to be in the next issue.