Kate Upton Dancing To Cat Daddy Is Too Sexy For Youtube

Posted: May 2 2012, 4:07am CDT | by , Updated: May 4 2012, 1:51am CDT, in News | Technology News

Kate Upton dancing to Cat Daddy is too Sexy for Youtube

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Youtube pulled a video of 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model Kate Upton. The video appeared yesterday - uploaded by famous fashion photographer Terry Richardson. Kate Upton performs Cat Daddy dance in the tiny bikini she wears on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover. Watch the video below, before this copy gets banned too.

Kate Upton is making big internet news again doing a dance. Yesterday a video appeared on Youtube uploaded. It shows Kate Upton peforming a dance to Cat Daddy "directed" by Terry Richardson. She wears the same skimpy bikini is struts on the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover. Kate Upton also tweeted about the video and finds it "haha". Youtube has decided that this video is too sexy and blocked it. The Kate Upton Cat Daddy dance is violating Youtube's terms on nudity and sexual content.

If you still have not seen the video, it has already been uploaded again. Watch it below. See also the latest photos of Kate Upton in the gallery at the bottom.

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