Kate Upton’s Sexy Dance Video Banned From YouTube

Kate Upton’s Sexy Dance Video Banned From YouTubekate-upton-ftr

What’s up with YouTube? Since when is dancing in a bikini an offense that is ban-able?

Supermodel Kate Upton is one hot chick. Not only does she have a naturally voluptuous body, gorgeous face and oodles of blonde hair, she also proves she can bust a move in this super cute video of her dancing to The Rejc3tz’s “Cat Daddy.”

Upton, a Michigan born beauty, rocks out in front of top fashion photographer Terry Richardson in the same bikini she infamously wore on the cover of this year’s Sports Illustrated magazine.

And listen, there’s no way you can hate stunning Upton, just 19, because she’s so beautiful AND a gifted dancer. She’s also sweet and hilarious, getting shy about her performance and covering her breasts and laughing. “That’s it, that’s all you guys need,” she jokes as she finishes her dance.

Now Hollywoodlifers, watch the video below and vote. Should Kate Upton’s dance video have been banned?

Bonnie Fuller

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