Here’s yet another reason for you to go out and grab a copy of the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Just like the previous reason we gave you earlier in the day (the sneak preview video, in case you forgot), this one also features Kate Upton in a bikini. But as an added bonus, we […]
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Kate Upton made the third time a charm. Well, actually, the first and second times worked out pretty well for her, too. But the busty 21-year-old model and reported girlfriend of Detroit Tigers star pitcher Justin Verlander has landed on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue for the third time. Show More Summary
Kate Upton's Zero Gravity Beauty 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Photo Shoot.
Model Kate Upton is featured prominently in this year’s Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, as in the past few years. To get something different, she was sent up in the Vomit Comet to do a photoshoot in zero gravity. Upton was a trooper, but along with her were photographers and support people who did not know what to expect. Show More Summary
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Move over, Kendall Jenner. You aren't the only 18-year old making a major modeling impression this week. With the Internet (understandably) ogling a new round of Kate Upton swimsuit issue photos, Gigi Hadid has sent a message with her very first bikini-based magazine spread: What about me?!? Don't worry, Gigi, we haven't forgotten about you. Show More Summary
It's that time of the year already, when the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue brushes all other magazines off the racks to grab attention with barely bikini-covered boobs, and of course Page Six is all over the hijinks that occurred during photo shoots. Show More Summary
Here's one more thing Kate Upton can do that you can't: keep a bikini top on in zero gravity. The model donned a shiny gold swimsuit, and floated around a specially modified Boeing 727 run by Zero Gravity Corporation for Sports Illustrated's...Show More Summary
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Sports Illustrated may have been three swimsuit models who aren’t Kate Upton on the cover this year, but that was only to distract you while they shot her breasts into zero gravity. Then again, there are people who will tell you that things like NASA or science are a waste of money, and those people Read More...
34Ds in zero Gs. Chalk up another win for Team USA! While we may have fallen to fourth place in the Olympic medal count, this Kate Upton zero gravity bikini shoot for the Sports Illustrated's 50th anniversary Swimsuit Issue shows that America still leads the world when it comes to the things that matter most. Show More Summary
These are some pictures and a video from Sports Illustrated of Kate Upton modeling two $20 Target bikinis in nearly zero gravity aboard a vomit comet. I think we can all agree that, at least from a purely scientific standpoint, they provide significant insight about how big ol' boobies would react in space. Show More Summary
So, Kate Upton didn’t make the front cover of the Sports Illustrated 50th Anniversary issue, but she did make the back cover. Anyhow, please enjoy her pictures in the magazine. They feature her boobs in zero gravity. Is there anything those boobs can’t do? [Celebuzz] There’s such thing as poopgasm. I shit you not. [Nerve] [...]
She looks cold. But she's surprisingly adept at bouncing around a cockpit.
Kate Upton is running it back (to back to back)! The 21-year-old beauty has landed on the cover of Sports Illustrated for the third consecutive year after all! Sort of. Chrissy Teigen, Nina Agdal and Lily Aldridge grace the front cover of the 50th Anniversary issue of the SI Swimsuit edition. Show More Summary
All the billions of dollars, all the Apollos, all the labor, all the research: they were all worth for it, so we, as humans in 2014, could watch Kate Upton spin around in a bikini in zero gravity for some reason. Sports Illustrated had...Show More Summary
Sports Illustrated had a wonderful idea: Demonstrate how zero gravity works on muscular and fat body masses by putting Kate Upton in a bikini and taking her in a parabolic flight. More »
What would a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover be without Kate Upton? [Fashionista] Fendi will have drones flying over the runway at their Fall 2014. Welcome to the 21st century. [WWD] Cute workout gear under $10: now you really have no excuse to skip the gym. Show More Summary
Remember how Kate Upton didn't make the front cover of 2014's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue? Well, it turns out she's on the back cover instead.