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Kate Upton Nervous About Next Sports Illustrated Shoot

 
 

Kate Upton

 
 

FLORIDA, April 11 -- Kate Upton has concerns about where Sports Illustrated will send her for her next shoot after enduring icy cold conditions for 2013's Antarctica spread and experiencing weightlessness for this year's zero gravity shoot.

Kate Upton is worried about where her next Sports Illustrated shoot will take place. .

The blonde beauty doesn't know where the publication will send her in the future but after posing in zero gravity conditions earlier this year, where she sported a tiny gold bikini, and strutting her stuff in Antarctica's snow-covered cliffs in 2013, she is concerned about what the future holds.

Talking on chat show 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' on Wednesday (09.04.14), she said: "I'm honestly a little bit scared to get a call in from Sports Illustrated, what to do next year because I went to Antarctica, I did zero gravity, like where are they gonna send me?"

During the zero gravity shoot Kate is pictured in same conditions which astronauts use to train for their missions into space for the magazine's 50th edition.

The images were taken at the Space Coast Regional Airport at Cape Canaveral in Florida but she admits there are challenges for the crew during the shoot too, with one member vomiting.

Discussing the shoot, show host Jimmy said: "I would be vomiting through the whole thing."

She replied: "That works for some people, it's like stomach flu. You make it go away."

Jimmy then asked, "Did anybody get sick?" Prompting Kate to explain: "Actually one person did. It was really tricky because they were barfing, zipping it up, because when we hit zero gravity all the barf is floating."

 
 
 

 
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