Kate Upton, Sports Illustrated Cover, Petra Nemcova

Sports Illustrated; Nancy Kaszerman/ZUMA Press

Hey, if ya got it, flaunt it, and Kate Upton certainly has it (or should we say them?) on this year's Sports Illustrated cover.  

Complete with an itsy-bitsy red bikini, no doubt gal looks stunning, but the racy photo has certainly raised a few eyebrows.

So who better to comment on the scandalous snap than former Sports Illustrated cover gal Petra Nemcova? Well, the leggy blond beauty most def had something to spill…

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"It's, uh, quite sexy…more than usual I would say," Petra shyly admitted at the Art of Elysium charity event in Hollywood last night.

Hmmm…are we sensing Petra's not a fan of the super-suggestive photo shoot? We have to 'fess, she did seem a little hesitant to share her thoughts. But there's no denying Petra herself flaunted her flawless figure on the 2003 cover.

And although her tone seemed like a subtle diss, we hardly agree that Ms. Upton's cover is racier than the rest; after all, Brooklyn Decker rocked a nearly topless look on the front page just last year.

So what else did the 5'10" stunner, who looked gorgeous in a silk red gown and deep red lipstick, have to say about the cover?

"I can't find the bikini…more or less," Petra joked.

How bold, Ms. N! But we love that the gal can sneak in a tiny quip while still having some fun. Besides, Petra's 13 years Kate's senior and does have much more experience in the modeling biz.

And hey, just for fun, if it were a competition, who do you think has the hotter SI cover?

We're Team Petra on this one, although Kate, you do look sexy as hell. And we're guessing the SI male readership is equally pleased.

Tell us your thoughts in the comments!

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