Kate Upton sure knows how to light up a room.
The Sports Illustrated model turned actress was spotted on the set of her upcoming comedy The Other Woman looking beautiful as always. Shocked? We didn't think so, but seeing that face never gets old.
Upton was sporting a multi-colored, sleeveless blouse with short jean shorts while preparing to shoot a scene in Chinatown, New York City.
Costar Cameron Diaz was also on set today preparing to shoot in a short dress and heels, but wasn't captured by paparazzi. (Maybe they got the hint after receiving the one-finger salute twice?).
This isn't the first time shutterbugs have snapped the 21-year-old beauty at work, but this is one of the few times she hasn't been half-naked.
Previous photos showed off a lot more of Upton's curves—and her cleavage busting out for the camera—but even with her girls covered, Upton manages to obtain a massive amount of sex appeal.
The blond beauty plays a young gal who finds out her boyfriend has a wife and girlfriend and decides to join the revenge-fantasy fun.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau plays the unfaithful husband, Leslie Mann is his long-suffering wife, a baby-bump-sporting Cameron Diaz (kind of a theme for her now) is the titular other woman and Upton is the other other woman.
Aside from working on the film, Kate was spotted getting close and cozy with Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin while at New York hot spot Beauty & Essex.
A source says the pair "were cuddling and holding hands, although they were not seen making out. They seemed pretty cute together."
Afterwards, Kate, Blake and his pals hit up Avenue nightclub, where a source says, "they closed the place down!"
A couple days later, Upton dissed her ex-boyfriend Justin Verlander through a birthday message to a mutual friend on Twitter.
She sent a happy birthday tweet to Frank Viola III, a former pro baseball player and current pal of Verlander, saying, "Happy birthday to one of my favorite people ever @FrankViola3 !!!!" which seemed harmless enough, but her first tweet to him included a semi-snarky e-card that read, "Happy birthday to a friend of a friend who I now like more than the original friend."