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.
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