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Kate Upton Carl’s Jr. Commercial Released (Video)


Kate Upton is back in the headlines this week, and it’s not because she’s on the cover of another magazine, instead a commercial.

Just like Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian once were, Kate Upton is now the “It” girl. And with that title, just like the other two celebrities, she’s got her very own Carl’s Jr. commercial.


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Upton’s commercial takes place in a convertible at a drive-in movie. She’s seen devouring the tasty-looking burger in the sexiest way possible. Upton crawls over seats and undresses throughout the meal, as others look on.

In the commercial, the model is not only showing off her sex appeal but also introducing the world to the new Southwest Patty Melt.

“A spicy twist on a classic burger, the new Southwest Patty Melt features a charbroiled beef patty, with sliced jalapeños, grilled onions, pepper-Jack cheese and spicy Santa Fe sauce, all on grilled sourdough bread,” reads the video caption.

Carl’s Jr. commercials are known to be over the top hot clips. In past years, clips starred Hilton and Kardashian, who also devoured the cuisine in equally sexy ways.

Kate Upton has stepped on the scene in recent weeks with her name making headlines since making the cover of the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. The spread features Upton on various beaches, the SI shoot took place in Australia and Florida, where the blonde bombshell famously poses in her tiny bathing suit.

The Michigan-born model making the cover came as a surprise to her. She told the New York Post before the cover leaked online, “All I can really say is that I’m in the issue,” and added, “Fingers crossed!”

Just last year Upton made her SI swimsuit debut. She was named “Rookie of the Year” in the 2011 issue. She was also named “The Woman of Summer” by Esquire in 2011 too.

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