Sport’s Illustrated cover model Kate Upton and photographer Terry Richardson teamed up to create a very important video of the 19-year-old in her barely there SI bikini doing the “Cat Daddy,” a dance created by hip-hop trio the Rej3ctz. But, to the chagrin of Upton-ites everywhere, the video was taken down by YouTube for violating its policy on sexual content. Richardson then uploaded the dance to Vimeo so the world could be scandalized all over again. (Terry’s Diary)
“You’d think [I’d] be used to it by now, still a red carpet amateur I guess. Gonna get checked out but I feel fine,” she tweeted. “I’d also like to thank the photographers for being [so] professional and not taking photos of me on the ground. I truly truly appreciate it. Could have been super embarrassing.” (@AmberRiley; E!)
E! News is asking the important questions about the singer’s daughter, like “Can Jessica Simpson’s New Baby Make Her a Ton of Cash?” (E!)
HBO has passed on a TV series adaptation of Jonathan Franzen’s “The Corrections” that was set to star Ewan McGregor, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Chris Cooper and Dianne Weist. It’s okay to feel sad about this. (Variety)
Roc and Roe turn one in style, after the jump.
“L.A. Noir,” a new TNT series created by Frank Darabont, is turning into a “Walking Dead” reunion. Warning: Link contains spoilers about character deaths on the show. (Vulture)