Kate Upton Wet T-Shirt Video Banned in YouTube: Sexy Swimsuit Model Stirs Controversy Again [Video]
on Jun 27, 2012 12:43 PM EDT
Update: Upton's video was also taken down from Terry Richardson's website and locked on Vimeo.com but it is now available on GQ Magazine site. (Watch Below)
Kate Upton's latest video "Many Talents of Kate Upton" was again banned from YouTube.
The video titled "Many Talents of Kate Upton" features behind-the-scenes footage of Upton's GQ magazine photo shoot directed by fashion photographer Terry Richardson.
"Video: 'link' BANNED FROM YOUTUBE! Here it is once again…The Many Talents of Kate Upton," wrote Richardson on his Twitter account Wednesday.
It features a sexy Upton emerging from a pool in a wet t-shirt, hula hooping, having a wardrobe malfunction and running in the beach like Pamela Anderson on "Baywatch," among other things.
Twitter users have raved about the video and many re-tweeted links to it with the message "Kate Upton getting out of a pool."
"Kate Upton's chest is the shining beacon of freedom representing America in an otherwise flat-chested world," wrote one user on Twitter.
The 20-year-old swimsuit model appeared in the cover of the July issue of GQ posing with a patriotic bikini and leaking a popsicle.
The magazine also featured a raunchy photo of a topless Upton covering her breasts with her palms.
The GQ cover is one of her most talked about gigs, but not the only one.
On May 1, Upton's "Cat Daddy" dance video - also directed by the photographer- was banned from YouTube for violating the site's rules on nudity and sexual content. YouTube later lifted the ban and as of today it has over 7 million views.
Richardson, 46 has shot campaigns for Marc Jacobs, Yves Saint Laurent and magazines including Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ.
Watch Kate Upton Getting Out of A Pool on "Many talents of Kate Upton"
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