WATCH: 'SI' Swimsuit Model Kate Upton's YouTube-Banned Dance

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit covergirl's "Cat Daddy" dance was so racy that it was temporarily yanked from YouTube

Kate Upton is sexy enough to grace the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue -- but her dance moves are too scandalous for YouTube.

A video of the 19-year-old supermodel dancing suggestively to "Cat Daddy" by Rej3ctz (the same band behind "Teach Me How to Dougie, another Upton fave) was yanked from YouTube for a short period of time yesterday for allegedly violating the site's nudity policy. The only problem: She's wearing a red bikini in the clip, which was posted on celebrity photographer Terry Richardson's "Terry TV" page. Watch the almost-NSFW video below!

The minute-long video is back up on YouTube now, albeit with an age restriction. But it's still a little strange that it was even temporarily banned for violating YouTube's nudity restrictions, seeing as Upton never gets naked in it. Sure, that tiny bikini doesn't leave much to the imagination, but all of Upton's important parts are definitely covered. It's also worth noting that it looks like the model is wearing the same bathing suit she wore on this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover. Hey, we'd keep it too!

The video, which was taken while Upton was at a photo shoot for Harper's Bazaar magazine, ends with her laughing, covering her chest and saying, "That's it, that's all you guys get!" As you probably have noticed, Richardson added a slow-mo replay of the dance to the end of the video -- classy touch -- which currently has more than 316,000 views on YouTube.

Just Jared has posted the pictures from Upton's photo shoot if you want to check those out as well. Surprisingly, they're a bit less risque than her dance moves.

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