Kate Upton’s going to take them boobies out in space for SI’s 2014 Swimsuit Issue
This year is the 50th anniversary of Sports Illustrated‘s Swimsuit Issue. How can they possibly up the ante? By bringing Kate Upton and her natural talents into zero gravity.
Page Six reports that Kate Upton, the covergirl of both the 2012 and 2013 Swimsuit Issues, was taken into “zero gravity space” for her part of the upcoming magazine.
The look should supposedly be evocative of Jane Fonda’s 1968 film Barbarella, featuring big teased up hair, a tiny space-looking suit, and, of course, big ol’ Upton titties on display.
The shoot would look to be the first recorded instance of a model stripping down in outer space — simulated or otherwise.
Vintage SI swimsuit models such as Christie Brinkley, Tyra Banks, Carol Alt and Bar Refaeli are also rumored to make appearances to commemorate the golden anniversary of stuffing women into tiny swim attire in a magazine that’s supposed to be about sports.
This reeks of bizarre publicity stunt but screw it, I’m on board. I’ve never seen boobs in zero gravity, let alone ones packing the wallop of Kate Upton’s. I’m just shocked they didn’t have to call the shoot for them flying up and smashing her in the face.