SI Swimsuit Issue models have lunch with Dana White

SI Swimsuit models visit Zuffa headquarters to have lunch with UFC president Dana White.

In case you thought UFC president Dana White

SI Lunch Models Dana White Gym had the coolest job ever, now you know for sure -- White  dined with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue models today in his Las Vegas office.

Blonde bombshell Julie Henderson (far left) and costar Christine Teigen (near left) visited Zuffa's headquarters for an exclusive lunch with White. Henderson and Teigen got a tour of the office and company gym, then spent the lunch hour in the dining room talking about Twitter.

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White, who recently surpassed the one-million-follower mark, encouraged all of his fans to follow Julie and Christine on Twitter.

All three will attend the launch party for the SI Swimsuit Issue tonight at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

The swimsuit issue is on stands now; look for it in the sports section next to the issue of the UFC mag with Anderson Silva. The issue also features UFC superstar and Season 11 The Ultimate Fighter coach Chuck Liddell alongside his partner on Dancing with the Stars, Anna Trebunskaya.


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