Originally written on Sportress of Blogitude  |  Last updated 9/23/14

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 recording studio to lay down some tracks with Big Boi from Outkast, and to hang with NFL Wide Receiver Stevie Johnson. While the guys play EA’s new title “Army of TWO: The Devil’s Cartel”, Kate discovers her hidden talent as a music producer. And the photo gallery: Yeah, this Kate Upton gal: Things are going pretty sweet for her right about now. And as I am sure Skullcandy can attest, simply being affiliated with her ain’t too bad of a gig, either. [images/video via Skullcandy] TweetThe post Kate Upton’s new Skullcandy episode has been released, so here it is (14 pics/vid) appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.


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