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Kate Upton has scored herself a sexy GQ cover that is guaranteed to turn heads.
The cover shot shows Upton in a provocative pose wearing a stars and stripes bikini and sucking on a blue, white and red icy-pole.
The GQ editorial was shot by controversial photographer Terry Richardson, who was also behind the viral "Cat Daddy" video banned by YouTube which starred Upton dancing around in a skimpy red bikini.
The GC profile names her as the latest in a long line of American bombshells which includes Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield and Farrah Fawcett.
Upton's popularity continues to grow thanks to an enthusiastic online fanbase. The Victoria's Secret model has over 401000 followers on Twitter and two viral videos ("Dougie" as well as "the Cat Daddy") under her belt.Related: YouTube takes down new Kate Upton video
Upton, who was born in Michigan and raised in Melbourne, Florida, also appears on the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue cover.
Upton's modelling career took off when she appeared in the 2011 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and also named Rookie of the Year.
Before her modelling career took off Upton had success in horseriding, representing the US in the American Paint Horse Association Reserve World Championships.Find more fashion news at Yahoo!7 Lifestyle's Facebook page