Kate Upton hits out at Victoria's Secret for not being more 'inclusive' on Watch What Happens Live: 'We're sick of seeing the same body type'

She's best known for her multiple cover spots on Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue.

During an appearance recorded Monday for Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Kate Upton laid into iconic lingerie brand Victoria's Secret.

The 27-year-old model lambasted the fashion label for its exclusive focus on stick-thin women during the episode which also featured rapper 50 Cent, 44.

Not holding back: Kate Upton, 27, laid into Victoria's Secret for focusing only on petite models during a Monday appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and 50 Cent; pictured August 12

Not holding back: Kate Upton, 27, laid into Victoria's Secret for focusing only on petite models during a Monday appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and 50 Cent; pictured August 12

The topic turned to Victoria's Secret after a fan called in to ask Kate's reaction to reports that the brand wouldn't be holding its annual fashion show this year.

Andy initially jumped in, thinking she had never modeled for the brand, though she corrected him that she had. 

'You know what, we're sick of seeing the same body type,' she said as the audience erupted into cheers and applause.

'You have to be body inclusive now! Every woman needs to be represented, otherwise it's a snooze fest,' she added.

Boring: 'You know what, we're sick of seeing the same body type,' she said after a caller asked her about this year's reportedly canceled Victoria's Secret fashion show

Boring: 'You know what, we're sick of seeing the same body type,' she said after a caller asked her about this year's reportedly canceled Victoria's Secret fashion show

Sticking it to them: 'You have to be body inclusive now! Every woman needs to be represented, otherwise it's a snooze fest,' she added

Sticking it to them: 'You have to be body inclusive now! Every woman needs to be represented, otherwise it's a snooze fest,' she added

Kate made her appearance wearing a stunning black and white Tadashi Shoji top with a long train that was covered in large black and white dots.

She pared the busty top with a simple pair of black Tadashi Shoji slacks, and had on gleaming silver heels. She accessorized the outfit with jewelry from AUrate. 

Her long blonde locks were swept to to one side and cascade over a shoulder in gently waving curls.

The 5ft10in beauty added a splash of color to her monochrome outfit with a splash of crimson over her lips. 

Honesty: In another segment, a viewer brought up Kate's recent unretouched cover shoot for Health Magazine's September issue

Honesty: In another segment, a viewer brought up Kate's recent unretouched cover shoot for Health Magazine's September issue

Reality: 'It was months after I gave birth to my little baby girl, but I thought it was really important because we're surrounded by so much retouching and social media and filters, and we've kind of lost touch of what's real and what's not real,' she said

Reality: 'It was months after I gave birth to my little baby girl, but I thought it was really important because we're surrounded by so much retouching and social media and filters, and we've kind of lost touch of what's real and what's not real,' she said

In another segment, a viewer brought up Kate's recent unretouched cover shoot for Health Magazine's September issue.

'It was a really hard decision to make because it was months after I gave birth to my little baby girl, but I thought it was really important because we're surrounded by so much retouching and social media and filters, and we've kind of lost touch of what's real and what's not real,' she started.

'For me, this was a big step to put out a good image of being real, and real expectations of what it's like after birth.'

Kate and her husband Justin Verlander welcomed little Genevieve on November 7, 2018.

She was the first child for the couple, who married in 2017 with a ceremony in Tuscany, Italy.

Kate first began dating the Detroit Tigers player in 2014, and the couple were engaged in 2016.  

Back to work: 'For me, this was a big step to put out a good image of being real, and real expectations of what it's like after birth,' she continued

Back to work: 'For me, this was a big step to put out a good image of being real, and real expectations of what it's like after birth,' she continued

Bundle of joy: Kate and her Detroit Tiger's player husband Justin Verlander welcome little Genevieve in November 2018; pictured with 50 Cent

Bundle of joy: Kate and her Detroit Tiger's player husband Justin Verlander welcome little Genevieve in November 2018; pictured with 50 Cent

During the episode, Andy brought up the April schism that occurred between 50 Cent (real name: Curtis Jackson III) and Lala Kent's fiancé and his former Power producing partner Randall Emmett.

Emmett, reportedly the inspiration for Turtle on Entourage, allegedly owed the rapper one million dollars.

50 Cent wasn't afraid to make their feud public and tweeted out multiple embarrassing text messages from Randall over multiple days.

Andy and Kate decided to get in on the action by acting out the exchange, with the host narrating Fifty's tough-as-nails messages while the model role-played as a petrified Randall.

She seemed to take pleasure in reciting the producer's multiple 'Fofty' typos. 

Feud: Andy brought up 50 Cent's April feud with Lala Kent's fiancé Randall Emmett over $1 million dollars he owed the rapper

Feud: Andy brought up 50 Cent's April feud with Lala Kent's fiancé Randall Emmett over $1 million dollars he owed the rapper

Role playing: Andy acted out his publicly posted text messages, while Kate played a petrified Randall

Role playing: Andy acted out his publicly posted text messages, while Kate played a petrified Randall

Kate Upton hits out at Victoria's Secret for not being 'body inclusive' on Watch What Happens Live

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