Kate Upton Does Not Have Breast Implants
Kate Upton is a voluptuous supermodel who has posed in the Sports Illustrated Swimwuit Issue and she rocks the catwalk for Victoria’s Secret. Kate’s breasts have been a hot topic of conversation, and many people say that she has breast implants.
With that said, while the 19-year-old model doesn’t currently have breast implants I wouldn’t rule them out for Kate in the future. Kate Upton has naturally large D-cup breasts and I bet she will end up getting breast implants and/or a breast lift in order to maintain the fullness that she will start to lose as she gets older . Luckly, Kate has the breast tissue and body fat to properly disguise breast implant and they will probably look very natural on her if she does decide to get them.
Kate Upton Before And After Photoshop
Kate Upton joined an elite league of supermodels by gracing the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, two years in a row. In the last 50 years, only 9 models have been featured on the cover more than once, and only 5 have appeared on the cover in consecutive years.
Luckly for Kate Upton, when she gains weight, most of it goes straight to her moneymakers! Since she has gained weight, there has been a resurgence of the “Kate Upton got a boob job!” rumors, but we still don’t believe it. Kate looks completely natural, big boobs and all!
Kate Upton’s career exploded in 2011 when she became the face of Guess and appeared for the first time in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, where she was named “Rookie of the Year” for that issue. The voluptuous model quickly developed a large fan base, but more recently she had been plagued with controversy. The two most common things we hear about Kate is, “Her breasts are fake!” and “Why is she famous? She’s totally overrated!”. And while we firmly believe that Kate Upton’s breasts are real, after seeing her pictures before photoshop, we can see why people think she’s overrated. She’s really making those photographers and Photoshoppers work overtime in order to make her look as good as she does in magazines!
Is Kate Upton plastic surgery-free?
Kate Upton is undoubtedly beautiful, charismatic and successful. She is not like the rest of models. She has more fat, she is very down to earth, loves to dougie and doesn’t seem to care that Victoria’s Secret casting director thinks she’s just your average blonde. The model may even lie about her measurements to the world, but hey, you can easily get away with it as long as the world is at your 20-year old feet!
Even without makeup Kate Upton looks charmingly sweet. The most controversial part of the model’s physique is her bust. Most men love it, most women (say they) don’t. The main thing is that lots of people state that Kate Upton’s bouncy sisters have been secretly fed some spicy implants and now flaunt them here, there and everywhere. Even if Kate Upton cosmetic surgery rumors are true, we can only wish her bigger success and full-figured income!
Kate Upton is an exemplary icon of controversy. She is undoubtedly an attractive, charismatic girl who has made a career using what she believes is her greatest asset – her body. Some people are photogenic; Upton is seemingly flawless. Excepting any argument about Photoshop, airbrushing, and plastic surgery, and just taking Kate for what she is – someone who is famous for being on magazine covers half-naked – she's pretty good at what she does. To say that she is popular with men would be an understatement.
But how do women feel about her? Are we supposed to idolize her? Are we supposed to think we should look like her? If we don’t like her, is it because of a subconconscious jealousy or bitterness? If we do, is it because we don’t want to appear contrarian to the male-dominated society and thus make us equal victims of the male-dominated society? In our society, opposing men will single you out, and therefore make you undesirable, and agreeing with them will mean you are accepted because you are objectifying women, too.
Men will say that women objectify men. We have man-candy like Ryan Gosling and Channing Tatum, whose bodies we ogle over and whose horrible movies we pay to see because we want to imagine ourselves in their big-muscled arms as they cradle our chins and feed us chocolate. (As if that isn't a stereotype on its own). But to this, I must ask: how many male models can you think of? Pause. How many female models can you think of beside Kate Upton? Heidi Klum, Tyra Banks, Gisele Bundchen, and Kate Moss. That's four right off the bat.
The key difference here is talent. The world loves to value intellectual pursuits more than physical ones; people say Albert Einstein and Babe Ruth are apples and oranges. But are they? They both reached the height of their careers. One received a Nobel Prize; the other won seven World Series championship titles. Einstein used his brain to its full capability but Ruth maximized his body's potential. Which is better? Which is worse? Is there an absolute bodily good?
In any case, Kate Upton is not talented like Einstein or Ruth. She must exercise regularly and use high quality skincare products to stay in shape and stay young. The average college athlete spends forty hours a week practicing and exercising to improve their game while the average engineering student spends twenty hours as week studying to improve their grades. Those are college-level statistics that measure brawn and brains, but is Kate really exercising either? She was born with appealing genetics and maximizes them with makeup and skimpy clothes. Is being beautiful a talent?
Still, should she be scorned by women and adored by men because she used her body and not her brains to make a career for herself? This is America - shouldn't this girl be applauded for pursuing her dreams? There's a whole mess of internal sexism between women who choose to stay at home and women who choose to work, as we found with the Ann Romney/Hilary Rosen debacle, that makes this difficult to answer.
But in this land known as "'murica," of the free and the brave, of the religiously fanatic and the enthusiasts of Occupy-inspired hygiene, Upton proves that we do live in a meritocracy. I'm not a fan of her because I don't think anyone can be - she doesn't have a talent to admire - but I do respect her.