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Kate Upton Joins Stevie Johnson and Big Boi in "Take a Supermodel to Work"

Photo Credit: Skullcandy
Photo Credit: Skullcandy
Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterFebruary 13, 2013

Kate Upton drops mad game and even sicker rhymes.

Skullcandy is bringing back Kate Upton for another episode of "Take a Supermodel to Work." That's sort of a theme with the model these days. 

As most of you know, the beautiful 20-year-old went back-to-back, earning her second consecutive cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

As far as ads go, this one is brilliant. Skullcandy is dropping a new collection of headphones that look slick. More than that, they are partnering with Electronic Arts.

In one three-minute video, the company brings the laughs and teases the upcoming EA game Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel.

I dare you to find something not to like about this particular episode. 

Kate Upton was gorgeous as always but managed to bring her A-game when it came to comedy—"Skrr, who dat is. Straight Upton on the track."

The producers drawing Kate Upton's "eyes" had me LOLing, as did an incessantly preoccupied Stevie Johnson and Big Boi.

In short, it had me thinking, "more Kate Upton, please."

I will assume you might want to see more of her, too. To that end, we have the two trailers coinciding with the hilarity you saw above. 

Here is the equally-funny "Take a Supermodel to Work," featuring former teammates Kevin Durant and James Harden. 

It would be very easy to make a throw-away ad that is powered by Upton's looks and little else. I would imagine some of you would have watched three minutes of the model merely wearing headphones. 

Instead, Skullcandy brought the funny, and we thank them for it. Now, more Kate Upton, please. 

 

Hit me up on Twitter for more sexy swag. 

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