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Lupita named Most Beautiful Person

Written By kom limapulan on Rabu, 23 April 2014 | 09.34

Fairest of them all ... Lupita Nyong'o has been named People magazine's Most Beautiful Person of 2014. Source: AP

LUPITA Nyong'o has shown she has talent and beauty after being named People magazine's Most Beautiful Person for 2014 a month after nabbing an Oscar.

The 12 Years a Slave actress, 31, joins the likes of Julia Roberts, Michelle Pfeiffer, Beyonce Knowles, Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Lopez in receiving the honour.

We love Lupita ... People magazine shows the cover of its special "World's Most Beautiful" issue, featuring Lupita Nyong'o. Source: AP

Nyong'o said she was thrilled by the award but admits that she has not always felt like "the most beautiful person in the world."

"I remember a time when I too felt unbeautiful. I put on the TV and only saw pale skin, I got teased and taunted about my night-shaded skin. And my one prayer to God, the miracle worker, was that I would wake up lighter-skinned," she said in February. "I hope that my presence on your screens and in the magazines may lead you, young girl, on a similar journey. That you will feel the validation of your external beauty but also get to the deeper business of being beautiful inside. There is no shade to that beauty."

Beauty and talent ... Lupita Nyong'o's beauty and talent have made her very popular in Hollywood. Pictured here with Jared Leto. Source: Getty Images

Nyong'o won an Oscar for her role as the slave Patsey in Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave and recently landed a contract with Lancome Paris.

People editorial director Jess Cagle said Nyong'o was an obvious choice to grace the cover.

"She is fantastic. There really was no contest this year," Cagle said. "The way she carries herself with such grace and humility, it put her over the top. I just love her."

In the 25 years that People have been awarding the title, only three men have graced the cover: Mel Gibson, Tom Cruise and Leonardo DiCaprio in 1996, 1997 and 1998 respectively.

Her man ... Lupita Nyong'o celebrating with her Oscar after winning the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role award for 12 Years a Slave. Source: AFP


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Wife sues after hubby ‘killed by swan’

'Death by swan' ... Anthony Hensley, right, drowned after an altercation with a giant mute swan. Source: Facebook

THE wife of a man who died after a vicious swan attack two years ago is suing his employer and the apartment complex where he looked after the birds.

Amy Hensley, who contends the swan attack contributed to the drowning of her husband, Anthony Hensley, said the defendants "knew or should have known that mute swans are strongly territorial with a dangerous propensity to attack," according to the lawsuit cited by the Chicago Tribune .

Anthony Hensley, a father of two, drowned in April 2012 after he fell out of a kayak when a swan attacked at the Bay Colony Pond in Des Plaines, Illinois, where he tended to the birds.

According to reports at the time, the giant swan continued to lunge at him as was dragged underwater by the weight of clothes and heavy boots.

Hensley came up at least once after his kayak tipped in the pond, but by the time dive crews finally pulled him out of the water, more than 30 minutes had passed, witnesses told CBS.

Vicious ... mute swans "attack by smashing at their victims with bony spurs in the wings, accompanied by biting with their large bill," the lawsuit says. Source: Getty Images

"They probably thought that he was going too close to their eggs, and they were too scared, and they just attacked him," eyewitness Daniel Gamanov said.

Ms Hensley's lawsuit notes that a mute swan — the type used at the pond to keep geese away — "is one of the heaviest flying birds, with males averaging about 24 to 26-pounds (11 to 12 kilograms)."

The birds are also highly aggressive and "attack by smashing at their victims with bony spurs in the wings, accompanied by biting with their large bill," the suit says.

Ms Hensley's attorney pointed to the Tribune Illinois' Animal Control Act which says the owner of an animal that attacks a can be held liable for damages in certain circumstances.

The defendants wouldn't return requests to comment on the case.


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Buddy Franklin involved in Rose Bay car crash

AFL star Lance 'Buddy' Franklin has crashed into four parked cars in Sydney's east.

SYDNEY Swans' $10 million recruit Lance "Buddy" Franklin has been caught in a new bingle.

The club's star recruit was last night interviewed by police after a car crash in Sydney's east.

A policeman at the scene of the incident / Picture: Tim Hunter Source: News Limited

Franklin, 27, was understood to have been driving west along New South Head Rd, Rose Bay, near Cranbrook Rd, when he lost control of his vehicle and slammed into four parked cars at about 7.05pm. The car he was driving, a Jeep Grand Cherokee, is believed to belong to his girlfriend, television presenter and model Jesinta Campbell.

The scene of the car crash last night. Source: News Corp Australia

Photos of the crash quickly appeared on Twitter, with Rose Bay resident Craig McDonald tweeting: "Buddy Franklin has just totalled three parked cars on New South Head road outside my place."

One of the cars being taken away last night. Source: News Corp Australia

Mr McDonald told The Daily Telegraph he heard a loud bang and called the police. "Someone said they overheard him say there was a car close behind him, possibly tailing him," he said.

The car believed to be Jesinta Campbell's / Picture: Simon Palan/Twitter Source: Twitter

Jesinta Campbell and Buddy Franklin / Picture: Instagram Source: Supplied

Pictures show the 4WD smashed head-on into the vehicles, causing serious damage to the hood and deflating the airbags. Police attended the scene and were seen taking a statement from Franklin about the crash.

One of the cars involved in the crash. Source: News Corp Australia

A spokesman from Rose Bay police station said Franklin returned a negative blood alcohol test. Police said no one was injured in the crash and the driver was believed to be travelling alone at the time.

Three cars involved in the crash / Picture: Craig McDonald/Twitter Source: Supplied

Police at the scene last night. Source: News Corp Australia


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The royal effect: We’ll reap millions

Fans in Adelaide show their excitement for the arrival of Prince William and Kate during the Australian Royal Tour. Courtesy: Channel Ten

THE young royal family's picture postcard tour Down Under is set to inject tens of millions into the coffers of Australian tourism operators.

Recent high profile visits by US TV stars Oprah and Ellen led to a record number of Americans visiting Australia last year, and the tourism industry says it expects a similar pay-off from the 10-day visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George.

Analysts predict it could lead to an additional $50-60 million in tourist spending driven by a boost in visitors from Britain, with even more from other countries.

ROYAL DIARY: Kate and Wills in Adelaide

The visit has taken in some of the country's best-known tourist attractions such as the Opera House, Taronga Zoo, the Blue Mountains and Uluru, as well as some lesser-known highlights.

The royals take in Uluru in a photo opportunity captured by the world's media. Picture: Getty Source: Getty Images

One of the stars of the royal tour has been Taronga Zoo's bilby named George. Picture: Getty Source: Getty Images

Blue Mountains Lithgow & Oberon Tourism chief executive Randall Walker said the impact of the royals' visit to the Blue Mountains last Thursday was "priceless", with the images of the couple at Echo Point and The Three Sisters beamed to potential visitors across the globe.

"It's really about the awareness that the royal couple bring from their visit and through helping to communicate an experience," he said.

"It has a priceless impact on consumer behaviour."

According to search data from booking website trivago.com.au, Australian destinations visited by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George have already seen a 41 per cent increase in interest, with Adelaide witnessing a whopping 213 per cent growth in searches.

THEN AND NOW: Royals' Uluru visits compared

And the luxury Uluru resort where the couple stayed Tuesday night, Longitude 131°, has reported a massive spike in web traffic.

Lodge operator Baillie Lodges said hits on the Longitude 131° website had been recorded at up to 250 per second during the royal visit, at times challenging the server's capacity.

THE ROYAL TENT: What it's like at Longitude 131

The visit also comes at a good time for tourism from the UK, with an increase in British visitors driven by the Ashes and last year's visit by the British Lions in June and July.

Australian Bureau of Statistics figures show the number of UK arrivals jumped 6.8 per cent in 2013 to 634,100.

Destinations including the bushfire-affected Blue Mountains are set to benefit from the tour. Picture: Getty Source: Getty Images

The latest International Visitor Survey also shows Britain is Australia's most valuable international leisure market in terms of total spend — contributing 15 per cent, or $2.4 billion, of the total for all inbound leisure visitors to Australia.

Tourism Australia managing director John O'Sullivan said he was confident the visit was already paying dividends.

"Some of our country's most famous tourism attractions have provided perfect backdrops for images beamed around the world — the Three Sisters in the Blue Mountains, Sydney Harbour and the Opera House, the Sydney Show, Taronga Zoo, the nippers' demo on Manly Beach and, of course, the spectacular footage at one of our country's greatest icons, Uluru," he said.

Duchess of Cambridge greets surf life savers at Manly Beach. Picture: Getty Source: Getty Images

Oprah Winfrey's visit brought a wave of US tourists. Picture: Getty Source: Getty Images

"These images are 'tourism gold' — the kind of international exposure that is difficult to put a price on and which will undoubtedly inspire many onlookers around the world to follow in their footsteps by booking a holiday of their own Down Under."

High profile visits by US TV stars Oprah Winfrey in 2010 and Ellen DeGeneres last year have contributed to a surge in Americans visiting Australia, demonstrating the impact of celebrity visits in driving tourist arrivals.

The other royal effect - Prince Frederik and Princess Mary in Sydney. Picture: Cameron Richardson Source: News Limited

Last year, a total of 508,700 Americans visited Australia — up 6.2 per cent for the year.

Princess Mary's marriage to Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark in 2004 has also been credited with increasing Danish tourism to Australia, demonstrating that royalty also maintains its pulling power.

With estimates the royal tour will cost Australian taxpayers more than $2 million, tourism expert Dr David Beirman from the University of Technology Sydney said it may take several months for a boost in interest to translate into bookings.

However, he said the visit had "provided a lot of good promotion of Australia" and predicted it "would more than pay itself off".

"Ten days of exposure of a royal visit will certainly have some impact," he said.

"Australia already rates very highly from an aspirational point of view in the UK."

Royal tour highlights


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Teen hid loaded pistol in vagina

Surprise find... Dallas Archer was being booked into jail when the gun was discovered. Picture: Tennessee Source: Supplied

A TEENAGE girl arrested by police was found to be carrying a loaded pistol in the last place anyone would think to look… her vagina.

The discovery was reportedly made after 19-year-old Dallas Archer was booked into Kingsport jail in Tennessee on Monday on charges of driving with a suspended license.

A female corrections officer searching Archer found an "unidentified item" hidden in her crotch.

On further investigation the item was found to be a North American Arms 22 LR loaded revolver.

The four-inch-long pistol was reported stolen last year from 70-year-old John Souther.

According to The Smoking Gun website Souther said that the gun was taken from his 1994 Mustang.

On being told where it was being kept in the meantime Souther remarked "Oh, gosh," and said he wanted the gun back but that it would first require "a bath in bleach."

Archer was charged with gun possession and released on bail.


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Debris washes up near WA beach

All the news you need to know.

DEBRIS washed up on a West Australian beach is being examined and photographed in a bid to find out if it has anything to do with missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370.

The debris was found washed ashore on a beach, 10km east of Augusta, and was reported to police.

Authorities say it is now at Bussellton police station where it has been photographed.

An Augusta man who claims to know the mystery local responsible for finding wreckage said an item 2m x 2m was found on the beach.

Mystery jet ... A shadow of a Royal New Zealand air force P-3 Orion aircraft involved in the search for the missing plane. Picture: Rob Griffith

The man told his neighbours who are fellow farmers before reporting it to police.

The images have been sent to Malaysian officials and to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau.

The Australian-lead Joint Agency Coordination Centre said the photos were being examined "to determine whether further physical analysis is required and if there is any relevance to the search of missing flight MH370".

But the JACC would not comment further and the head of Malaysia's Civil Aviation Department, Azharuddin Abdul Rahman, told a press briefing in Kuala Lumpur the possible debris was not confirmed to be related to the plane.

Speaking alongside the country's Defence and acting Transport Minister, Hishammuddin Hussein, both men initially appeared puzzled by suggestions any part of the plane could possibly have been found on a WA beach.

Later Mr Rahman said: "That's not been verified yet as a part of the aircraft, we have not received any verification, any information that is related to MH370."

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau is also investigating the debris which was found this afternoon.

The debris will be given to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority later tonight.

Investigators are urging people to be cautious of the debris and its origin, saying the more they look at it, the "less excited" they are.

Another report claimed aircraft debris had been found in the Scott River in the south-west of WA.

Nine News reports three objects have washed up, one is believed to be the length of a car with "distinct rivets".

WA INVESTIGATION: Is it MH370 plane debris? Follow the updates.

The news comes as Prime Minister Tony Abbott has declared Australia won't be abandoning the search for MH370, even if no wreckage is located during the underwater search.

Is it MH370? ... Debris has been found near the coast off Western Australia. Source: News Corp Australia

The air search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has been suspended for the second day in a row due to poor weather.

Officials say heavy seas and poor visibility are making the air search ineffective and potentially hazardous.

The Prime Minister said he had "no advice whatsoever" to suggest there is any truth in claims the plane may have landed somewhere.

"Our expert advice is that the aircraft went down somewhere in the Indian Ocean, we have identified a probable impact zone, which is about 700km long, about 80km wide," Mr Abbott told reporters in Canberra.

Waiting for news ... Chinese relatives of passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 rest during a meeting at the Metro Park Hotel in Beijing. Source: AFP

Despite not finding any trace of the plane yet, the search isn't finished, he said.

"Australia will not rest until we have done everything we humanely can to get to the bottom of this mystery," Mr Abbott insisted.

"We are not going to abandon the families of the six Australian citizens that were on the plane. We are not going to let down the families of the 239 people on that plane by lightly surrendering while there is reasonable hope of finding something."

He said even if at the end of scouring the underwater search area crews locate nothing, it won't be abandoned.

"We may well rethink the search but we will not rest until we have done everything we can to solve this mystery.

"We owe it to the families of the 239 people on board, we owe it to the hundreds of millions, indeed billions of people who travel by air, to try to get to the bottom of this.

"The only way we can get to the bottom of this is to keep searching the probable impact zone until we find something or until we have searched it as thoroughly as human ingenuity allows at this time."

Malaysian authorities last night announced that an international investigations team, comprising experts from all around the world, will be set up to investigate the unprecedented missing plane.

Mr Hussein said the team would look at three aspects — operational, human and medical — but would not address criminal aspects which are being handled by the Malaysian police.

Members of the team will be announced next week. Mr Hussein said the team would work under terms of reference to be drafted by the Ministry of Transport.

And Mr Hussein also vowed that the search for the plane would continue.

He said that after the current search area, which has now been 80 per cent completed, was finished assets, including more undersea vessels, would be added to the search.

The New Straits Times quoted sources close to the investigation saying that the failure to turn up any debris at the current southern Indian Ocean search site was causing a rethink among investigators.

Sombre ... A man stands in front of a billboard in support of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 as Chinese relatives of passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have a meeting at the Metro Park Hotel in Beijing. Source: AFP

The latest report comes as authorities prepare to send the robotic vehicle underwater today for mission number 10.

After being suspended yesterday, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority has planned a visual search today about 855 kilometres north west of Perth.

But again the weather may affect the effort, with heavy rain, widespread low cloud and south easterly winds predicted.

Visibility is expected to be limited to one kilometre.

Sources told the New Straits Times that they were considering revisiting the scenario that the plane had landed at an unknown location.

"The thought of it landing somewhere else is not impossible, as we have not found a single debris that could be linked to MH370. However, the possibility of a specific country hiding the plane when more than 20 nations are searching for it, seems absurd," the sources said.

The sources told the paper that another possibility was that the plane had crash landed in a remote spot.

Anguish ... Relatives of the missing MH370 passengers at the Metro Park Hotel in Beijing. Picture: Wang Zhao Source: AFP

MH370 went missing March 8 on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing along with its crew and 227 passengers, most of them Chinese.

The hunt for the jet has focused on a search area about 1500km north west of Perth after pings believed to be from the plane's black boxes were detected there.

The air search has been suspended due to bad weather as a result of Tropical Cyclone Jack.

"It has been determined that the current weather conditions are resulting in heavy seas and poor visibility, and would make any air search activities ineffective and potentially hazardous," the Joint Agency Coordination Centre said in a statement.

Up to 10 military aircraft were part of the visual search. The 10 ships involved in the search will be able to continue their planned activities.

The unmanned submersible Bluefin-21 is still scouring the ocean depths on its ninth mission trying to locate wreckage from MH370.

So far it has searched about two thirds of the underwater area, with no contacts of interest found to date.

Unhappy with investigation ... Sarah Bajc with her boyfriend Philip Wood, a passenger on MH370. Picture: Facebook Source: Supplied

Meantime, family members of passengers lost on the missing flight have criticised the Malaysian government for an investigation they say has been mismanaged.

Appearing on US morning television, Sarah Bajc, the girlfriend of MH370 American passenger Philip Wood, told Today host Matt Lauer passengers' loved ones all just "wanted to go back to square one".

"We just don't believe they're using proper evaluative techniques to check the data," she said. "It's day 45 and we're basically on the same position we were on the first day."

Ongoing search ... The unmanned submersible Bluefin-21 is still scouring the ocean depths. Source: Getty Images


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MKR’s final four teams revealed

My Kitchen Rules contestants Helena and Vikki Moursellas are in the final four. Source: News Corp Australia

IT'S been a long haul, but MKR's grand final week teams have finally been revealed.

Victorian twins Helena and Vikki, SA mums Bree and Jessica, WA besties Chloe and Kelly and QLD surfer dads Paul and Blair are your top four teams for 2014.

The very last team to cook in last night's ultimate instant restaurant round, Helena and Vikki, were trailing top scorers Paul and Blair, sitting comfortably on the top of the leaderboard with 70 points.

While the twins' overall score of 65 couldn't trump the dads, it was enough to signal elimination for Tassie girls Thalia and Bianca.

Sent home: Thalia and Bianca were eliminated during Wednesday night's episode. Source: News Corp Australia

"We came with a love of food, but we are leaving with a true passion and we know that this is what we want to do with the rest of our lives," Bianca said of her time on the show.

Thalia added: "I got to cook alongside my best friend. I'm so glad we got to do this together."

Sticking to a mostly Greek menu, the twins went in fairly confident tonight. An early hiccup with the octopus entree saw Helena rattled and forced to head back to the shop to buy more seafood.

Tassie bestiest Thalia and Bianca have been eliminated from the show while Helena and Vikki remain in the competition. Courtesy: My Kitchen Rules.

But the girls regained their composure and were given a near perfect score from the judges for their first dishes of the night. Pete said his kataifi wrapped prawns with zucchini salad were"a celebration of all of produce the ladies used."

Their mains - lemon and oregano lamb with Greek beans and Piri Piri quail with saffron rice - were less of a hit but Manu said the quail was cooked to perfection.

Helena and Vikki's desserts, a hazelnut mousse cake and galaktoboureko with ice cream and grilled figs, also failed to find favour with the judges. Pete said his mousse cake was his least favourite dish of the night and that the use of macadamia nuts on top puzzled him.

The girls scored 24 out of 40 from their guests, with Chloe and Kelly unsurprisingly awarding them just five out of 10.

Chloe James and Kelly Ramsay have scored a spot in MKR's top four. Source: News Limited

The battle for MKR's $250,000 prize money begins on Sunday night, with Paul and Blair facing off against Chloe and Kelly in the first semi-final. The winning team will head straight to Tuesday night's grand final.

Monday night's second semi-final pits mums Bree and Jessica against twins Helena and Vikki to determine the second grand final team.


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Newlywed killed wife for $1m

Married four days ... A jury has found that Michel Escoto killed his wife Wendy Trapaga with a tyre iron to collect her $1 million life insurance policy. Source: Supplied

TWELVE years after his wife of four days was beaten to death with a tyre iron, a jury has found Michel Escoto guilty of killing her so he could collect her $US1 million life insurance policy.

Escoto, 42, who reportedly tried to drug and then drown his 21-year-old bride, Wendy Trapaga, in a Miami hot tub in 2002, showed no emotion as the jury handed down its verdict.

The prosecution successfully put the case that Escoto took his bride to Miami's warehouse district after she did not die in the hot tub where he strangled and then bludgeoned her with a tyre iron.

Guilty ... Michel Escoto, seen here during his trial. Source: Supplied

Escoto had taken out the life insurance policy on Trapaga just days before her murder.

The jury had heard from Escoto's ex girlfriend, Yolanda Cerillo, who testified in exchange for immunity from prosecution that she was at the crime scene where Trapaga was killed and helped plot her murder.

"I hated what she stood for. I didn't know who she was. I hated the whole situation. I hated that you left. I hated that she was pregnant, then she wasn't pregnant..." she said in court.

Escoto had represented himself during the trial. During the trial, Escoto was sentenced to 30 days in jail for threatening Jorge Borron, the civil attorney representing the family of Trapaga.

"All of those guys in the white, it's gonna take all of them and some more," Escoto told Borron, pointing to the deputies in the courtroom.

The judge then called for a break, sent the jurors out of the room and told Escoto he "crossed the line."

Truth triumphs ... Myriam Benitez has welcomed the jury's verdict to find Michel Escoto guilty of murdering his wife. Source: Supplied

Trapaga's mother, Myriam Benitez, said "truth triumphed over lies."

"God accompanied us throughout this whole process. May my daughter rest in peace."

Assistant state attorney Gail Levine said she was "very, very pleased" with the jury's decision to find Escoto guilty.

"We're happy for Wendy today," she said. "He took her life, boldly, brazenly, for money."

He will face a judge on May 7th for his sentencing hearing, but with his verdict faces an automatic sentence of life without parole.


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Rethink that ��murder’ tatt. Stat!

Tatts not a good idea ... Jeffrey Chapman, charged with first-degree murder, is afraid his tattooed mirror-image letters spelling out the word "murder" across his neck might prejudice a jury, so he is asking for a professional tattoo artist to remove or cover it up. Source: AP

A KANSAS man charged with first-degree murder is afraid the tattooed mirror-image letters spelling out the word "murder" across his neck might prejudice a jury, so he is asking for a professional tattoo artist to remove or cover it up.

Prosecutors say they aren't opposed to Jeffrey Chapman covering his tattoo, but Barton County's sheriff says he's against transporting Chapman to a licensed tattoo facility — the only places tattoo artists are allowed to practice under Kansas law.

The Great Bend Tribune reports Chapman's trial is scheduled to start Monday in the November 2011 killing of Damon Galliart, whose body was found by hunters in a roadside ditch southwest of Great Bend.

Chalie O'Hara, Wichita defence attorney, said a tattoo doesn't have say "murder" for it to cause a problem in the trial.

"Whenever you try a jury trial the appearance of the defendant makes a lot difference," O'Hara said.

Chapman's attorney says in a motion the tattoo would be extremely prejudicial if seen by a jury.


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Kate Upton seems confused about her boobs

Written By kom limapulan on Rabu, 16 April 2014 | 09.35

Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton star as three women who team up to plot revenge on the man who cheated on all of them!

Actress Kate Upton insists her comments about wanting smaller breasts were a misquote. Picture: Getty Images Source: Getty Images

RELAX everyone: actress and model Kate Upton doesn't actually hate her breasts.

Earlier this week we brought you the news that the 21-year-old thought the assets that had featured on the covers of Vanity Fair, Vogue and Sports Illustrated were too big.

"I wish I had smaller boobs every day of my life as I love to wear spaghetti tops braless or go for the smallest bikini designs," the supermodel and actress told Britain's The Sun.

"Every single day, I'm like, 'Oh, man, it would be so much easier', especially if people didn't constantly bring them up," she said.

But in an interview with 2DayFM's drivetime hosts Dan and Maz today, Upton insisted she was actually misquoted.

Kate Upton, Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann are in Sydney to promote the release of The Other Woman. Picture: Getty Images Source: News Corp Australia

"You have said that maybe you'd like to have a breast reduction one day," Maz began, before Upton interrupted her.

"I actually didn't ever say that. Isn't that lovely whenever the media makes up something? It's like, 'It's my body, I'll tell you how I feel about it'," said Upton, who was being interviewed alongside her The Other Woman co-stars Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann.

"I would say that all women feel that sometimes they don't have life perfect or they don't feel their best. But I love my body and I always feel incredibly grateful for what I have. But there's times when all women don't feel their best."

Kate Upton — and her boobs — on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Source: Supplied

Maz asked who she'd momentarily gift them to out of her co-stars — who were sitting right beside her. No pressure, then.

"Leslie gets them for her Zac Efron sex scene," she announced, to much delight.

Check out the full clip below:


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