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Kate Upton’s “Cat Daddy” jiggly bits confuse YouTube

Kate Upton’s “Cat Daddy” dance video on YouTube has censors all worked up. It’s so hot — but she’s not technically naked. What to do, what to do?

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Swimsuit Model Kate Upton almost beared it ALL in a new viral video. In the video, Upton does the cat daddy dance in a barely-there swimsuit, and YouTube wasn’t too happy about it… but everyone else is!

Kate Upton‘s “Cat Daddy” bikini dance video has YouTube all hot and bothered. First the site let users of all ages watch the jiggle and wiggle happen, then they removed the flick for those under 18 — and now it’s back!

After struggling to make up their mesmerized minds, YouTube censors have ruled Kate Upton’s “Cat Daddy” video appropriate for all ages, though it’s more of a technicality than a glowing stamp of approval.

The one-minute video shows the 19-year-old Sports Illustrated cover model in a tiny bikini, of course, showing off her dance floor moves. While sexy by nature, the video doesn’t actually show any nudity. Nearly 750,000 viewers watched the “Cat Daddy” dance before YouTube censors yanked the video without warning.

Kate Upton reportedly disagreed with YouTube’s decision, calling it “completely silly.” Reasoning that she was wearing the same on the SI cover, a source shared, “She couldn’t believe it.”

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Eventually the censors at YouTube simmered down a bit and took a second look at the video, which violates neither their policy on nudity or sexual content. A spokeswoman for the site explained, “With the massive volume of videos on our site, sometimes we make the wrong call. When it’s brought to our attention that a video has been removed mistakenly, we act quickly to reinstate it.”

Without further ado, here’s your chance to take a look at Kate Upton’s “Cat Daddy” video — though keep in mind that just because YouTube’s had a change of heart, your workplace may still not approve!

Did YouTube make the right call by reinstating Kate Upton’s “Cat Daddy” video?

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