Hannah Davis was forced to defend her racy Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover - in which she's pulling her bikini bottoms way down - after some critics called it a 'pornographic pose.'
The 24-year-old supermodel caused enough sizzle by just showing off her cleavage time while attending the magazine's promotional Swimville event in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday.
Hannah's slender figure was clad in a slinky black jumpsuit with very low-cut neckline that dipped all the way to her navel, and sexy though it was, probably wasn't enough to alarm the censors.
The honey-haired beauty paired her outfit with strappy pink high heels while her long, layered tresses fell gently over her shoulders.
Hannah enjoyed meeting and greeting some of the 15,000 fans that were expected to crowd downtown Nashville on both days of the two-day event.
She especially seemed proud of a gigantic replica of her scintillating Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover, which became available on Tuesday.
The controversial cover shows Hannah busting out the cleavage and more in a teeny tiny bikini while tugging on her bottoms almost to the nether regions.
Hannah defended the pose on the Today morning show, telling Matt Lauer: 'I think you’re making it look a lot naughtier than it really is, to be honest.
'To be honest, I think SI always tries to do something a little different every year, and I think this year, it’s the year of the torso.'
However, some conservative groups are cautioning retailers to not openly display the magazine and treat it as they would an adult publication with cover partially obscured, according to the National Center On Sexual Exploitation.
Hannah couldn't be more excited about nabbing the coveted cover as she mingled with her fellow Sports Illustrated Swimsuit models.
The model group included Gigi Hadid, Rose Bertram, Sara Sampaio, Samantha Hoopes, Emily Ratajkowski, Jessica Gomes, Hannah Ferguson, Solveig and Chrissy Teigen among many others.