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Kate Upton goes 'Vogue,' covering its June issue

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Kate Upton's June 2013 Vogue cover. Kate Upton's June 2013 Vogue cover.
NEW YORK (AP) -

Kate Upton has gone from a Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover model to the front page of Vogue.

Upton tells Vogue that runway modeling is "not what I set out to do" and that she desires to front a major fashion campaign and maybe even launch her own lingerie line.

She also says she would like to continue acting. Upton has appeared in "The Three Stooges" and "Tower Heist." She's also got a part in an upcoming film called "The Other Woman" starring Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann.

Of her various goals she says, "I'm American - more is more!"

This week, Upton attended the annual Met Ball in New York, which is hosted by Vogue.

The Vogue June issue goes on sale May 21.

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Online:

http://www.vogue.com/

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