Banned Kate Upton Dancing To Cat Daddy Video Is Now Approved By Youtube

Posted: May 4 2012, 1:47am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Banned Kate Upton dancing to Cat Daddy Video is now Approved by Youtube

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Youtube pulled a video of 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model Kate Upton one day after its release because it was too sexy. Now Youtube retracted and unbanned the sexy Kate Upton doing the Cat Daddy video. Kate Upton's new dance video is already viral with over 2 million views.

Kate Upton is making big internet news again doing a dance this week. On Monday a video appeared on Youtube uploaded fashion photographer Terry Richardson. Kate Upton performing a very sexy dance to Cat Daddy in the bikini she wears on the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover. On Tuesday Youtube has decided that the video is too sexy and blocked it. The Kate Upton Cat Daddy dance was supposed violating Youtube's terms on nudity and sexual content.

Now Youtube changed its opinion and unbanned the original Kate Upton Cat Daddy video.

Kate's new dance video has now already over 2 million views. Watch the Kate Upton Cat Daddy video below.

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