The Most Talked About Bodies of 2016
The size 16 model and body activist made history when she graced the cover of Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue and hasn't slowed down since. In addition to starring in denim brand NYDJ's "Fit to Be" campaign, Forever21's activewear campaign, swimsuitsforall's #SwimSexy ad and Lane Bryant's #ThisBody campaign, she has her own Modern Boudoir collection for Addition Elle. Graham has said that she disagrees with the plus-size term used in today's industry, noting, "At the end of the day. I just want to be recognized as a model."
Johnson's muscles have impressed us for years – that's why they call him The Rock, after all. Now at the front of the new Baywatch film, we get to see him run in slow motion, too! Plus, who can resist talking about The Rock's bod when he's showing off all his workout moves on Instagram? (Accompanied by his loyal pup, of course).
DiMarco conquered the modeling world when he became the first deaf winner of America's Next Top Model last fall. Now he's conquering the dance world – despite the odds – and has become a finalist on Dancing with the Stars. Between his flawless moves on the dance floor, sweet charm and smoldering looks, he's won the hearts of both judges and viewers.
Schumer, who famously said, "I'm probably like 160 lbs. right now, and I can catch a d--- whenever I want," isn't going to apologize for who she is – and we're glad she doesn't. She's posed nude twice in the past year, has made it clear she's not cool with labels and uses her comedy show, Inside Amy Schumer, as an outlet for critiquing attitudes about body image.
THE U.S. MEN'S GYMNASTICS TEAM
Just take a look at these Olympic hopefuls and tell us you wouldn't mind seeing them do their thing in Rio. These athletes have a bond like no other – plus, they've already won gold in the ab-lympics.
Gadot embodies her role of Wonder Woman both inside and out. "It is so important for girls and boys to have a female, strong, superhero to look up to," she said at a press conference in March. "The more the merrier, and there is plenty of room for many more women to come and I am very happy to be a part of it."