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Kate Upton Zero Gravity Shoot for SI Swimsuit Issue Is Uplifting

By Alexandra Ward   |  

Kate Upton was reportedly photographed in a zero gravity space chamber for Sports Illustrated's upcoming 50th Anniversary Swimsuit Issue, keeping in line with the model's portfolio of bizarre shoot locales.

According to PageSix.com, the voluptuous 21-year-old will be featured in the magazine in a silver bikini with her "weightless ample bosom and big hair that made her 'look like something out of 'Barbarella,'" according to the gossip site, which quoted a source close to Sports lllustrated.

The issue is slated to hit newsstands in mid-February.

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Upton has graced the cover of SI's Swimsuit Issue for the past two years. Last year, she was pictured in Antarctica wearing nothing but bikini bottoms and an unzipped parka. She's also been photographed in pools with popsicles and straddling a unicorn.







The supermodel opened up recently about how she stays grounded in light of all her recent success.

"I don't compare myself with other models," she said in an interview with V magazine for its spring issue. "For me, modeling is really about competing with yourself, becoming the best you can be… The truth is that I can't do facial expressions like [Coco Rocha] and others do. If I pull a goofy face, it doesn't look cute; I look like a dying animal… But I guess someone likes what I am doing."

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