Kate Upton didn't even seem completely aware that "Teach Me How to Dougie" was a song about anyone in particular. When Jimmy Kimmel asked her on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" (Weeknights, 12 a.m. EST on ABC) if she'd ever had the chance to meet Doug E. Fresh, she corrected him by reminding him that the song was by Cali Swag District.
"Doug E. Fresh is the Dougie they're talking about, right?" Kimmel asked, uncertain. He then pulled previous guest Eric Stonestreet into the conversation, but he admitted he didn't even know what "Dougieing" was.
"I don't know how to Dougie," Stonestreet admitted. "I'm open to learning how to Dougie, though." Unfortunately for the viewers, they didn't get to witness Upton teaching Stonestreet how to Dougie. Video of that would likely have gone viral as fast her the video of her doing the Dougie at a Clippers game.
When Stonestreet backed out, saying that he and Kimmel were in their 40s, Kimmel balked. "Speak for yourself," he said. "I'm 19." At 19 years old, Upton isn't even half their ages.
"Do you like older men?" Kimmel then asked the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model. "I'm 20." The difference between 20 and Kimmel's real age is still more years than Upton's been alive.