Here is the official Episode 2 of Skullcandy’s Take a Supermodel to Work featuring Kate Upton, Big Boi, and Stevie Johnson.
Kate Upton gets to be a guest producer as SkullCandy shows off some new wireless gaming headsets called the Plyr 2 and the Navigator. You also get to seem some footage of the upcoming game Army of Two: Devil’s Cartel, which is set to release on 3/26/13.
Here are some pics of Kate Upton during the shooting of the video:
Usually the 10 models would find out on the show who would grace the cover of Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition, but this year the Chinese hackers decided to leak the cover early and everyone knows that Kate Upton is the 2013 cover girl.
Kate Upton gave the No. 1 answer on David Letterman’s “Questions on the application to become a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model.”
10. How naked do you see yourself in 5 years?
9. Have you dated Charlie Sheen?
8. Are you willing to kiss a tubby guy for a Superbowl commercial?
7. Can you provide your own beach towel?
6. Will you keep your mouth shut if we lose a couple of girls to shark attacks?
5. Please list your three most recent employers’ measurements.
4. Have you ever used any pose-enhancing drugs?
3. Are you willing to visit the elderly at his late night talk show?
2. How would Brent Musburger describe you?
1. Kate Upton answered: “Where’s the strangest place you’ve found sand?”
Skullcandy Presents: Take a Supermodel to Work Episode 2 featuring Kate Upton, Stevie Johnson, wide receiver of the Buffalo Bills, and Big Boi, of Outkast. This is just a preview of what is to come on February 13th 2013.
Here is the behind the scenes video of Kate Upton’s 2013 Mercedes-Benz Super Bowl commercial. I have posted the video and a few shots from behind the scenes. If you have not seen the final Super Bowl commercial, you are not missing much. Kate Upton is lovely but not showing much in the commercial.
With Super Bowl commercials costing around 2-4 million dollars, we want to be blown away and I think Mercedes-Benz let us down. Kate should have had more of a role in the commercial.