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Kate Upton: From Marc Jacobs to Hot Pockets

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It's only been about six months since Heidi Klum ate a burger, so it's time for the tried-and-true advertising strategy of hot model eats gross junk food to resurface. Hot Pockets, the flaky pastry filled with a vague meat-and-cheese concoction that you might remember from your prepubescent years, has conscripted Kate Upton to dance, lip-sync, wear a cardigan, and get in a car with Snoop Dogg. It's a music video set to a Pocket-themed version of Biz Markie's "Just a Friend." And that, friends, is where all powers of description logically end. Experience it below and try not to think about how just a week ago Upton walked in Paris Fashion Week.

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