Charlotte McKinney Poses Nude in Never-Before-Seen 2012 Photo Shoot: See Her Sexy Pictures!

Charlotte McKinney from a 2012 photo shoot.
Prior to her jaw-dropping Carls Jr. Super Bowl commercial, Charlotte McKinney was just another model trying to make it big. Joseph Lippke/Coleman-Rayner

Pre-burger fame! 

Few commercials made as big of a splash on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1, as the one for Carl’s Jr., and the Southwestern restaurant chain has model Charlotte McKinney to thank for millions of new customers. 

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The advertisement that had everyone talking in the middle of the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots showdown, featured the curvaceous Kate Upton look-alike devouring a massive “all natural” burger, and it instantly went viral. 

If you thought the 30-second spot was already too steamy, newly released images from never-before-seen photo shoots are sure to top it. The Orlando native disrobed in a few nude shots in 2012, baring her svelte figure. In one shot McKinney posed seductively in a black lace bra revealing her ample cleavage — and a hint of her nipple.

Charlotte McKinney
The curvy model of the moment posed topless with denim jeans in 2012. Joseph Lippke/Coleman-Rayner

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Following in the footsteps of other Carl’s Jr. commercial models like Heidi Klum and Paris Hilton, McKinney said she was excited to nab the gig. “To me, that was awesome. People talk about it in movies,” she told “It was such an honor to get that spot.” 

Charlotte McKinney
Charlotte McKinney posed naked in 2012. Joseph Lippke/Coleman-Rayner

She also shed light on her first official gig — as a Guess girl in 2014. “It was in the summer. I remember in my first interview with Esquire I was saying I wanted to do a Guess campaign.” 

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But now the blossoming model is ready to tackle new challenges. “The next job I’d like to hit… I don’t know.” she said. “I’m really getting into acting and TV. Sports Illustrated is a big, iconic brand I’d like to work for, too.”  

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