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As I argued on Tuesday, what’s the point in being resistant to the fact that this is Kate Upton’s world and we simply are living in it. And by “living in it,” I of course mean that we are all like lemmings, unable to avoid the lure of the next batch of Kate Upton photos or her latest video or whatever. But instead of perilously leaping off a cliff like the aforementioned lemmings, we sit back, ogle and enjoy, helpless against the lure of her siren song. Last week, Skullcandy teased the interwebs with a preview of the second episode of Kate Upton’s “Take A Supermodel To Work” video, and on Wednesday, as the Swimsuit Issue cover model tweeted, the new video has dropped. In the second episode (first episode here), Upton teams up with Outkast’s Big Boi and Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson, a fellow Skullcandy endorser and hits the recording studio. The down-low on the video: Take a Supermodel To Work Day is back. This time around, we partner with EA to take Kate Upton to the ...
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It didn’t take long for Kate Upton to become a polarizing figure. In the span of little more than a year, Kate Upton was a little known model on the rise to omnipresent supermodel to Kate Upton backlash. We’ll see what happens when these Kate Upton body paint photos start circulating. Apparently, a lot of people don’t appreciate her popularity, and think she’s fat.
Becoming the first model since Tyra Banks to appear on the periodical’s cover in consecutive years, top-heavy sexpot Kate Upton is again featured on the front of the 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Despite being one of the most exquisite … Continue reading →
Kate Upton was interviewed by FOX 2′s Jason Carr Thursday morning promoting the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition and naturally was asked about her relationship with Tigers ace Justin Verlander. Specifically, Carr asked Upton about the supposed couple’s New Year’s getaway on the island of St. Thomas.
As you’ll see in the video, Upton went stone-faced and said:
The much-antipiated Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition was released earlier this week. Kate Upton snagged the coveted cover spot for the second year in a row, a feat that has not happened since Tyra Banks covered back-to-back issues in 1996 and 1997. While the magazine means endless opportunities for a model’s career, it’s also a business booster for featured apparel and accessory...
It seems the Justin Verlander will be keep all that money to himself when he signs his next free agent deal, as news has trickled out that him and the beautiful Kate Upton are no longer seeing one another. Upton made the revelation known to everyone watching a local Detroit new station earlier on Thursday, when she announced that she was single for Valentine’s Day. Poor thing....
Skullcandy, Big Boi, Stevie Johnson, Electronic Arts, and Kate Upton have all joined forces on this episode of “Take A Supermodel To Work Day”. Poor Kate is brought into the studio to learn all about music producing but Big Boi and Stevie are too busy playing video games to take much notice of her.
Obviously, this is a work of fiction in the most extreme sense.
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Earlier this week Sports Illustrated put out yet another edition of their controversial Swimsuit Edition. The SI Swimsuit edition has launched many modeling careers including Cheryl Tiegs, Kathy Ireland and most recently, Kate Upton.
Following in the long line of swimsuit models that have come before her, we present Natasha Barnard who was recently name the (unofficial) SI Swimsuit...
It’s a repeat for Kate Upton.
The 20-year-old model is gracing the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue for the second consecutive year. The location for the 2013 cover shot was a bit different than the previous year, though — Upton traded Australia for Antarctica this time.
This is also a milestone for the issue itself, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary...