By Danielle Zoellner For Dailymail. Kate Upton proved she still reigns supreme in her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit shoot in February, seven years after she was named Rookie of the Year for the magazine. On Instagram Wednesday, Sports Illustrated shared behind-the-scene footage of the sizzling shoot where the year-old model posed topless in a pair of golden fringed bikini bottoms. Kate arrived on set in the new footage and shouted, 'First shot no top! That's how we roll', before she showed off her ample curves to the camera while standing in the ocean. Stunning: Sports Illustrated unveiled a behind-the-scenes video of Kate Upton during her swimsuit shoot for the highly anticipated magazine issue.
2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition
When she stares so seductively while posing sultrily won't you feel a tingling happening in your heart or butterflies in your stomach? The younger self of Kate Upton looks like a lethal weapon for weak-hearted. Only if someone can handle that amount of oomph! Donning a golden dress by Cali Dreaming that partially covered her bodice, Kate knew exactly what pose she should strike to make the picture more seductive. Pic: SI Swimsuit. This 'golden pose' of Kate Upton was sure-shot a hard-cheese for those 'beautiful minds' out there. Wasn't it?
Anita Marshall is a 2020 SI Swimsuit rookie.
She recently opened up about the whirlwind media coverage that followed her first Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover in Kate Upton has been gracing the covers of magazines including Shape for nearly a decade. The nowyear-old mom skyrocketed to fame after she appeared on the cover of the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue back in , making her one of the most in-demand models in the world. But in a recent interview for theSkimm's podcast Skimm'd from The Couch , Upton shared that while her SI Swimsuit success was no doubt "amazing" to experience, public discussion about her body quickly put her in an "emotionally bad place. Upton said the success felt "incredible" at first. But she also couldn't help feeling uncomfortable at times with the newfound, widespread attention on her body, she shared on the podcast. With several major news outlets debating whether or not Upton was "fat," the model quickly began to feel insecure, she explained on the podcast.
Kate Upton will be on the face of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, celebrating her third year on the cover with three new versions. In two of the three, she goes topless—swimsuits are more or less nonexistent in all three. Last year, Sports Illustrated broke its own mold by featuring Ashley Graham and Ronda Rousey on its covers—neither fit rigid industry standards for body type and beauty. Though Upton is an SI alum, her body type is also different than the industry norm.