Kate Upton sizzles in a swimsuit for her Bobbi Brown cosmetics campaign. The supermodel has it all going for her, from curly hair to toned arms to derriere, and the Sandy Nudes collection ads reveal all of Kate’s assets, reported E News.
Bobbi Brown has chosen Upton for the third time to represent the brand. Because the collection is designed specifically for summer, all of the ads (more to come) will focus on the natural beach theme, with Kate as the face of the cosmetic line.
Kate originally was chosen in 2014 to replace Katie Holmes as the celebrity ambassador and spokeswoman for Bobbi Brown, reported CBS News.
Upton shared a video (below) as part of her announcement.
“Everything starts with confidence!” tweeted Kate with a link to her video. “So happy to finally announce I am the new face of @bobbibrown!! Honored to work with @justbobbibrown.”
In addition, Bobbi Brown issued a statement about Upton was ideal for the brand.
“I was drawn to Kate because — not only is she incredibly beautiful — she is healthy, comfortable in her own skin, has such positive energy, and is a woman who creates her own rules,” said Brown. “She loves life and that is pretty powerful.”
And Kate is more than a supermodel. She also starred in The Other Woman with Leslie Mann and Cameron Diaz.
“They’re just such inspirational women and amazing actresses,” said Kate. “I learned a lot from them.”
But it hasn’t all been flowers and compliments for Upton. As the Inquisitr reported, Upton was angry at the release of a video of her dancing the Cat Daddy.
“I was like, ‘That was disrespectful, you could have told me!'” said Kate in recalling the incident.
But Kate also recognizes the role that the video played in helping her become famous for her figure.
“Now, obviously, it’s fine,” admitted Upton.
“Kate was born a star,” declares Terry of his part in putting her on the fashion model map.
In addition, Upton was fat-shamed for her curves. And those who said she was too big to be a model will never be forgiven, added Kate.
However, she contends that the backlash over her shape has a positive element in providing young girls with a role model.
“I didn’t at first because I was just being myself and living my life, and then, whenever the criticism started, I did. I just thought how I’m going to come out of this will be an example for girls.”
[Photo by Donald Bowers/Getty Images for Make Up For Ever]