SI Swimsuit Issue 2013 Video: Watch Kate Upton and Models on 'David Letterman'

Tim Daniels@TimDanielsBRFeatured ColumnistFebruary 12, 2013

Kate Upton was chosen to grace the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue for the second straight year. On Monday night, she went on Late Show with David Letterman to celebrate the honor and present the Top 10 list with nine fellow models from the magazine.

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The category for the night was "Questions on the application to become a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model." As you'd expect, there were a lot of funny responses, and it helped to have the models deliver the punchlines. 

Some of the best questions were:


No. 9: Have you ever dated Charlie Sheen?

It's amazing that Sheen has held the spotlight for so long. Most people fade in and out, especially after being around for as long as him, but he continues to get plenty of attention. He probably wouldn't want it any other way.


No. 8: Are you willing to kiss a tubby guy for a Super Bowl commercial?

An obvious ode to Bar Refaeli's spot during the big game. The now-infamous ad is going to go down as one of the most awkward in Super Bowl history, but it got people talking, and at the end of the day, that's all that matters.


No. 2: How would Brent Musburger describe you?

Katherine Webb presented this one after the incident involving her and the veteran play-by-play man during the BCS National Championship Game. Webb should probably thank him for noticing her, because she's been everywhere ever since.


No. 1: Where's the strangest place you've found sand?

Upton got the final spot in recognition of her latest cover. It was followed by the reveal of a building-sized picture of her cover. She's the first person since Tyra Banks in the mid-1990s to be on the cover in consecutive years, according to E! Online.

Sports Illustrated couldn't have made a better choice.



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