You can call him Al: Kate Upton takes in Knicks game seated next to Paul Simon (video)
It’s always a red-letter day when we find ourselves on the back-end of consecutive days of Kate Upton posts. And while today’s entry lacks the titillating qualities of Thursday’s post about her peel-back cover for V magazine on which the question is posed, “Why Can’t Kate Upton Keep Her Clothes On?”, it is nonetheless Kate Upton-related, which is always a good thing.
On Thursday night, the gorgeous supermodel had prime seats in Madison Square Garden to watch the New York Knickerbockers take out the Miami Heat by a score of 102-92. As is often done when NBA games are played in MSG, the cameras panned the crowd to see what big stars were in attendance. John McEnroe was highlighted, but “You cannot be serious!” if you argue that he was the most prominent celebrity in the seats, as music legend Paul Simon just so happened to be seated right next to Miss Kate Upton.
Sure makes for a much more pleasing-to-they-eye partner than Art Garfunkel, wouldn’t you say? I bet she smelled as good as “Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme.”
Ugh. What you’re hearing right now is the “Sound of Silence” due to my weaksauce efforts.
Anyhoo, quite the odd duo. It was like Simon was singing to himself, “Me and Upton Down by the Knicks bench” or something like that.
Boy, this post is really “Slip Slidin’ Away” from me right now. But you can’t blame me, I’m “Still Crazy After All These Years.” What did you expect?
Okay, I’m done.
[H/T The Big Lead]