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It’s official: Kate Upton is Vogue‘s “American Dream Girl”, having landed the cover of the June issue after many months of speculation and rumor rebuttal from all sides. The news is remarkable not only because of Upton’s “Cat Daddy” origins, but because the glossy has seen so few models on its cover in the past decade that this puts the Sports Illustrated star in a very rarefied group indeed.
Kate Upton may not have been wearing Apple Bottom jeans or boots with the fur at Wednesday’s Samsung launch party in NYC, but that didn’t stop her from getting low on stage with co-host Flo Rida. The model (and rumored soon-to-be Vogue cover girl) got up in front of the smartphone-wielding crowd — all of whom, no doubt, had already seen her “Cat Daddy” and “Dougie” her way to YouTube superstardom — and danced along to “Low”, gamely turning around so the rapper could, as the song goes, give “that big booty a smack.” Naturally, there’s plenty of video evidence.
Wanna go to your happy place? Check out Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover model Kate Upton burning up the red, or, blue carpet at a launch event last night. No, she will not go to prom with you. But you can appreciate her perfectly poufed hair and bold, blue dress in this installment of the outfit of the day.
This year is shaping up to be even bigger than the last for Kate Upton, as we have word straight from Samsung that she will be be covering the June issue of US Vogue.
Have you fantasized about getting hitched to a mail-order Kate Upton? If so, you may be in luck. Not only does a Russian Kate doppelganger exist, her name is Ania, and she calls herself a “mail order bride in training”.
We’ve watched our fair share of awkward interviews on Jimmy Fallon, but last night’s with Kate Upton definitely takes the cake.
A more demure look than usual, and we love it. Oh, and we’ve also got the tricks to her pre-Sports Illustrated shoot slim down technique.
If you like babes and bikinis, well, today is your lucky day. We’ve got your first look at this year’s Sports Illiustrated Swimsuit Issue, which as you all know by now, features Kate Upton on the cover. We’ve also got some of the models on last night’s Letterman, and images from the inside spread.
If the rumors are true, then Kate Upton joins an elite group of scantily-clad supermodels to nab back-to-back issues of the magazine’s most high-profile issue.
The shoe line is riding on Kate Upton’s celebrity, and channeling her as the face of the brand in a new series of ads.
Just because she’s landed herself a few Vogue covers and earned the Anna Wintour seal of approval doesn’t mean you’ll be seeing Kate Upton dominating the catwalk this season. In fact, the model is choosing to forgo Fashion Week entirely.
We’ve already seen Kate Upton “wash” a car as part of her duties for Mercedes-Benz‘s Super Bowl commercials. Now, the bigger budget spot is here, featuring the model alongside Usher, Willem Dafoe, and an average Joe faced with one big Faustian dilemma.
Well, it’s confirmed: Kate Upton‘s Super Bowl commercial is definitely aimed towards all the red-blooded males watching the big game. Cars and boobs: they go together like football and Sunday.
By now, we’ve come to accept Kate Upton as high fashion material — after all, it’s hard to disagree with Anna Wintour — but we maintain that she looks her best in smiley, sunny shoots, like this one from the January issue of Elle France.
Model Kate Upton joins cover star Kristen Stewart in the Spring Preview edition of V magazine, looking gorgeously retro and clothed in the likes of Balenciaga, Marc Jacobs, and Louis Vuitton.
While Vogue has been giving Kate Upton cushy studio shoots and letting her keep her clothes on for the most part, leave it to Sports Illustrated to put her up to the challenge of an extreme bikini modeling job in Antarctica’s -35°F weather.
We all know how much magazines love writing about Kate Upton‘s body (even if designers haven’t quite found out how to dress it yet). Apparently they aren’t the only ones.
Having been on set once upon a time with a model in possession of an ample C-cup (who, as it happens, also turned out to have been pregnant), we can testify to the difficulty of squeezing breasts into designer sample sizes . Generally speaking, they’re simply incompatible. So we see where Kate Upton is coming from in the January issue of Vogue UK, when she says that being curvy in her industry is not exactly an easy task.