Kate Upton again denies relationship with Justin Verlander - New York News

Kate Upton again denies relationship with Justin Verlander

Posted: Updated:
SI Senior Editor MJ Day and cover model Kate Upton appeared on 'The Nine' Thursday. SI Senior Editor MJ Day and cover model Kate Upton appeared on 'The Nine' Thursday.
(WJBK) -

Once again, supermodel Kate Upton is denying her long-rumored relationship with Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander.

"Actually, I'm single right now," the all-American beauty told FOX 2's Jason Carr Thursday when asked about her reported island vacation with Verlander over the New Year's holiday.

Upton, who was all smiles during the interview, turned stone-faced as she delivered a rather curt response to the question. "So, um, I spent my holiday in Melbourne, Florida," said Upton.

To cut the tension, Sports Illustrated Senior Editor MJ Day yelled out, "Happy Valentine's Day!" (Click the video player to watch the exchange)

In early January, the New York Post reported that the SI Swimsuit Edition cover girl and former AL MVP spent New Year's Eve at the Ritz-Carlton on St. Thomas.

Having been at the resort since before New Year's Eve, Upton and Verlander have been seen going on walks around the grounds and by the pool. But one spy said they were keeping a low profile - "He keeps a conservative distance, but still you can tell they are dating."

Rumors of their relationship first began after Upton was seen in Verlander's Comerica Park suite in July wearing a Tigers hat.

The two first met in early 2012 on the set for a MLB 2K12 video game commercial.

 

  • Local NewsLocal NewsMore>>

  • Staten Island rally and march preparations

    Staten Island rally and march preparations

    Friday, August 22 2014 6:33 PM EDT2014-08-22 22:33:49 GMT
    All was calm and quiet Friday evening in Staten Island but Saturday thousands are expected to descend on Tompkinsville for a march that organizers are promising will be peaceful. The march will culminate in a rally right outside the 120th Precinct. Representatives from the national action network were in Staten Island Friday making preparations for Saturday's demonstration, which is estimated to draw at least 5,000 people from all over the country.
    All was calm and quiet Friday evening in Staten Island but Saturday thousands are expected to descend on Tompkinsville for a march that organizers are promising will be peaceful. The march will culminate in a rally right outside the 120th Precinct. Representatives from the national action network were in Staten Island Friday making preparations for Saturday's demonstration, which is estimated to draw at least 5,000 people from all over the country.
  • August 23, 2014

    Staten Island march traffic and transit advisory

    Staten Island march traffic and transit advisory

    Friday, August 22 2014 6:33 PM EDT2014-08-22 22:33:23 GMT
    The NYPD and the MTA have announced road and transit changes for Staten Island that will be in effect on Saturday, August 23, 2014, due to the scheduled rally in honor of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died during an arrest.
    The NYPD and the MTA have announced road and transit changes for Staten Island that will be in effect on Saturday, August 23, 2014, due to the scheduled rally in honor of Eric Garner, the Staten Island man who died during an arrest.
  • Newark school enrollment problems

    Newark school enrollment problems

    Friday, August 22 2014 5:17 PM EDT2014-08-22 21:17:11 GMT
    The school year in Newark is getting off to a rocky start. Classes start in less than two weeks and parents are still waiting in line for hours to find out where their kids are enrolled. The problem is being blamed on a glitch in the school's new online open enrollment system. To say mother of three Jennifer Caraballo is frustrated may be an understatement. She is one of hundreds of Newark parents desperately now trying to find a new school for her children.
    The school year in Newark is getting off to a rocky start. Classes start in less than two weeks and parents are still waiting in line for hours to find out where their kids are enrolled. The problem is being blamed on a glitch in the school's new online open enrollment system. To say mother of three Jennifer Caraballo is frustrated may be an understatement. She is one of hundreds of Newark parents desperately now trying to find a new school for her children.
Powered by WorldNow
Didn't find what you were looking for?
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Fox Television Stations, Inc. and Worldnow. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy | New Terms of Service What's new | Ad Choices