Remember a few weeks ago when we got word that Kate Upton had just shot the latest issue of Sports Illustrated's …
Kate Upton defied gravity in one of her photo shoots for Sports Illustrated’s 2014 Swimsuit Issue. And it was insanely awesome. The SI Swim crew boarded a Boeing 727 run by the Zero G Experience, in which they planned to shoot in …
Defying gravity has never looked so good. Sports Illustrated is known for its sultry swimsuit editions, but this year's photo shoot with Kate Upton is literally out of this world. CNN's Jeanne Moos dishes details on the American supermodel's …
Supermodel Kate Upton visited Florida's Space Coast last March for a photo shoot for the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. This week, the 50th anniversary issue hit newstands with photos of Upton floating in zero gravity. In partnership …
Curvaceous model Kate Upton features for an editorial for the Sports Illustrated 2014 Swimsuit Issue and poses in zero gravity at Cape C... Curvaceous model Kate Upton features for an editorial for the Sports Illustrated 2014 Swimsuit …
Kate Upton's Zero Gravity shoot for Sports Illustrated's 2014 swimsuit edition is out of this world. In space no one can …
So in an experience where "gravity falls away like a bathrobe before a hot tub ... is a great leveler," we will all forever be inferior to the beauty of Kate Upton at zero-g.
The rumors are true: Kate Upton actually did pose in a zero-gravity space chamber – wearing a barely-there bikini, of course – for Sports Illustrated. Photos of video from the shoot have appeared online today, and those “Barbarella” …
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Sports Illustrated Magazine’s swimsuit edition, model Kate Upton bravely agreed to be photographed floating in a zero gravity environment. This is not the first time that the gorgeous Upton has appeared …
Kate Upton floats through a zero-g chamber in this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, which hits newsstands today. After Page Six reported in January the curvy model was shot for the issue in the zero-G chamber, photos were …