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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.
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.
Last year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue seriously propelled Kate Upton to stardom, and if we’re to believe Page Six, the same thing could happen to 22-year-old Hannah Davis, who’s rumored to have snagged this year’s cover.
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.
It turns out not everyone is so enamored with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model Kate Upton. In a profile published by the New York Times, the so-called “creative force” behind the casting of the Victoria’s Secret shows slammed the model and her “too obvious” look. It gets worse.
Earlier this week, we reported that Stefano Tonchi would be replacing Patrick McCarthy as Editor In Chief of W magazine. Now the inevitable questions arise: what will W look like with Tonchi as Editor In Chief?