The model didn't make it to the Sports Illustrated 50th anniversary cover, but she did get her own back cover and floaty shoot.
Upton was taken up on a Zero G plane, used by astronauts to train for space missions, and then posed for photos while being repeatedly dropped down from a high altitude. No wonder it is nicknamed 'the vomit comet.'
I'm so glad Kate Upton invited her homely sister to the photo shoot pic.twitter.com/Ah4r3vtL1G— Dani Stover (@danigray) February 19, 2014
We'll debate the virtue, or lack there of, Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues over tea sometime - because first you need to watch this behind the scenes video.
Whatever you think of the mag, trying to get these pictures shows a serious dedication to boobs.
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