Kate Upton Strips Down in Carl’s Jr. Spicy Burger Commercial [Video]

The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model can hardly take the heat as she bites into juicy burger.

19-year-old Kate Upton’s highly-anticipated Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s commercial for the fast food giant’s Southwest Patty Melt surfaced today – and the good thing she stripped down while doing it, reports The UK’s Daily Mail.

The 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover model, who has been linked to NFL star Mark Sanchez, can be seen writhing around with a big juicy burger in hand as she promotes the chain’s seasonal addition.

In the 30-second spot, the Sports Illustrated swimsuit model readies herself for a night alone at the drive-in movies in a fuzzy pink bolero and her hair up in a black headband.

The instant she opens up the takeout bag on the seat beside her, however, she ditches her sweater and lets her hair down, blonde locks disheveled.

And then, she dines.

Upton, 19, writhes about the front seat of her car as she takes huge bites of her burger, nibbling on individual jalapeños peppers from her fingers as sweat starts to drip down her chest.

The model leaves little to the imagination as she shifts in her polka-dotted dress and makes eyes at the camera playfully while wiping perspiration from her brow.

At one point, she even sits carefree in the front seat with the takeout bag between her legs.

A neighboring moviegoer turns to gape, but his girlfriend quickly turns his head back to face the giant screen.

Upton joins the ranks of other beauties such as Paris Hilton, Padma Lakshmi and Kim Kardashian as a spokesmodel for the burger brand, though creative director Justin Hooper admitted to Fox News that “Kate’s probably the hottest girl we’ve ever worked with.”

Millions of viewers at home – if they can close their mouths long enough to nod – would probably have to agree.

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