In early 2011, Kate Upton's stock was rising as quickly as a teenage boy looking at her SI bikini photos, but she wasn't a household name yet. Then she did the Dougie at a Los Angeles Clippers game , the clip went viral, and now she's starring in awful .
Supermodel Kate Upton is best known for being this year's Sports Illustrated cover girl, but the teenager is also emerging as a keen hip hop fan... and dancer. ... According to Urban Dictionary the Cat Daddy is 'the name of a dance used when you dougie.
In April 2011, an internet video of her doing the hip-hop routine at a Los Angeles Clippers basketball game went viral. Additionally on April 30, 2012, a bikini-clad Kate performed the Cat Daddy by The Rej3ctz in a video directed by Terry Richardson.
In March 2013, a Los Angeles teenager named Jake Davidson made a YouTube video asking Kate to be his prom date that went viral. As Kate could ultimately not attend the event, fellow Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Nina Agdal went with Davidson .
Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue cover girl Kate Upton has said she is always asked to Dougie after a video of her doing the dance surfaced ... Dougie' by hip-hop group Cali Swag District at a Clippers game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in.
Her fame skyrocketed in 2011 when a YouTube video showed her doing the Dougie – a dance popularised in a hip-hop tune – at a Los Angeles Clippers basketball game . It went viral resulting in millions of hits. In 2012 she became a regular magazine cover .
An Evening with Chrysler (L-R) Rappers M-Bone, C-Smoove, JayAre and Yung of Cali Swag district attend an evening with Chrysler and Fiat held at Chrysler Motor Village on November 16, 2010 in Los Angeles , California. (Getty Images)more pics » M-Bone .
The Daily Caller wants to help. Here, then, is 18-year-old Kate Upton in 2011 teaching America how to do the Dougie at a Los Angeles Clippers game. The Dougie — if you have somehow forgotten — is a hip-hop dance from the Cali Swag District song.
Kate Upton ... It was also Upton's second shot at viral fame; about a year earlier, she was introduced to the drooling masses in a video that showed her doing "The Dougie," another brief dance craze, in the stands at a Los Angeles Clippers game.
To our right, three skinny Russian boys were listening to Slavic hip-hop on the speaker of their mobile phone, running their hands over their shaved heads and intermittently howling like wolves. 'City of Proust,' sighed Connie, 'the city of Truffaut.