Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model and curvy YouTube sensation Kate Upton recently appears in the GQ spread wearing skimpy outfits while seductively licking a popsicle.
Kate Upon, who gleefully jiggled her way into a modeling career, recently did a photo shoot for GQ. With the assistance of professional photographer Terry Richardson, also known as the man responsible for lensing Upton’s insanely popular “Cat Daddy” dance video, the model/actress has delivered a number of racy images for the magazine upcoming issue.
Otherwise, you’re just going to creep out everyone at the supermarket, and that’s definitely not cool. Besides, how am I supposed to snag the latest Dean Koontz paperback when you’re just standing there starring at Kate Upton’s cleavage? Don’t laugh.
During the shoot, apparently Upton had a bit of a wardrobe malfunction while spinning around on a carnival ride. “For the GQ photo shoot, we were on that ride where the seat spins while the actual ride is spinning, and I’m wearing a one-piece. And all of a sudden the whole entire top falls off!” she explained. “I’m holding myself, laughing, turning bright red, but a lot of people are watching, so they kicked us out of the Santa Monica Pier — it was so embarrassing. You wouldn’t think that would happen with a one-piece!”
If this magazine isn’t enough to get your blood pumping, the model is getting her very own baseball card. Although she doesn’t play the sport on a professional level, Topps needs to do something drastic to keep people interested in buying their product. If there’s one thing young guys love more than sports, it’s boobies. Combine the two and you’ve just invented a system to print money. Or so they hope.
To whet your whistle for Kate Upton’s GQ spread, have a look at the cover below. That image is accompanied by two photos of Upton wearing next to absolutely nothing, so be sure no one’s looking over your shoulder if you decide to ogle the images while you’re at the office. Sure, they’re not technically nude photos, but there’s very little left to the imagination.