Kate Upton can't legally drive Usher wild — or can she?

Nov 21, 2012 at 5:39 p.m. ET

Kate Upton and Usher may make a hot enough pair for a memorable Super Bowl ad, but there's one service it is rumored the model can't perform for Mercedes-Benz!

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Kate Upton can move in all the right ways in front of the camera, but is she lacking one essential credential for her latest client, Mercedes-Benz? It seems the buxom beauty may have had some explaining to do once on the set of her Super Bowl commercial with Usher.

The premise of the Usher-Upton Super Bowl spot is that, according to reports, the commercial will be a 60-second look at what people are willing to do in order to achieve the "object of their desire."

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While it's not yet been revealed if Usher will be lusting after Kate Upton or Mercedes-Benz's curves, the New York Post reports they know who won't be behind the wheel.

Somehow, between landing the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover in 2012 and filming viral YouTube videos, someone started gossip that the 20-year-old model hasn't found time to get a driver's license!

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This, however, is news to Kate Upton's mom. Responding to the driver's license rumors, the curvy model tweeted Tuesday, "My mom this morning 'did your drivers license expire?'.. No why?... 'Because the news is reporting it did.'"

There you have it, folks: Kate Upton is not only hot, but completely legal behind the wheel.

The 2013 Super Bowl (that's Super Bowl XLVII if you're into Roman numerals) will be held on Feb. 3, 2013, in New Orleans. Fittingly, the game will be played in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Along with coughing up big bucks to hire Usher and Kate Upton for their ad, the luxury automaker and other big companies are facing high prices to have their spots aired. CBS reportedly plans to charge a record high price of $4 million for each 30-second advertisement!

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