Kate Upton thinks Victoria’s Secret needs to be more 'body inclusive'

George Back
Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Kate Upton stopped by Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Sunday night. The three-time Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model didn’t have anything particularly nice to say about the lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret.

A caller asked Upton, “What was your reaction to the rumors that Victoria's Secret may not have a fashion show this year.” Three weeks ago, model Shanina Shaik revealed that the annual show is not happening.

“We're sick of seeing the same body types, you have to be body inclusive now,” said Upton, who briefly modeled for Victoria’s Secret, “Every woman needs to be represented or else it’s just a snoozefest.”

Kate Upton is all about inclusion. She recently launched #sharestong to encourage women to support one another on social media. She even published unretouched photos in Health Magazine just one month after giving birth.

Upton talked about the importance of positive body image, saying, “I thought it was important because we're surrounded by so much retouching, social media, filters, and we have lost touch with what is real, what's not real.”

Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen airs Sunday-Thursday at 10 p.m. on Bravo.

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