Kate Upton channels her inner Flashdance stripper as she hilariously spoofs 80s aerobic exercises with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show

Kate Upton appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday.

The 27-year-old supermodel was in great spirits as she helped the host spoof 80s aerobic exercise videos in a hilarious clip.

And at the end of the Dance Challenge, Kate and Jimmy both did their best impression of the famous scene from 1983's Flashdance where Jennifer Beals struck a pose in a chair as water cascaded over her body. 

Radical! Kate Upton, 27, appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday

Radical! Kate Upton, 27, appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday

The segment began with Kate and Jimmy taking turns imitating the exercise videos that were shown to them on a monitor.

Then they both got in on the fun as they had to team up for couple's dance routines. 

Kate rocked an off-the-shoulder sweatshirt that read In Tune as she flaunted her shapely legs in pink leggings with yellow shapes.

Her trademark platinum blonde tresses were tied up in a high ponytail as she donned a striped headband.

Spoof: The supermodel was in great spirits as she helped the host spoof 80s aerobic exercise videos in a hilarious clip

Spoof: The supermodel was in great spirits as she helped the host spoof 80s aerobic exercise videos in a hilarious clip

Flashdance: Kate and Jimmy both did their best impression of the famous scene from 1983's Flashdance where Jennifer Beals struck a pose in a chair as water cascaded over her body

Flashdance: Kate and Jimmy both did their best impression of the famous scene from 1983's Flashdance where Jennifer Beals struck a pose in a chair as water cascaded over her body

Box-office surprise: The film was a surprise box office success, becoming the third highest-grossing film of 1983 in the United States

Box-office surprise: The film was a surprise box office success, becoming the third highest-grossing film of 1983 in the United States

Jimmy sported a headband as well and a set of purple tights under skimpy shorts. 

Later in the day, Kate was seen out and about with her 9-month-old daughter Genevieve - whom she shares with husband Justin Verlander.

The doting mother looked happy and healthy in two different casual outfits for the sunny outings.

Stoked: The segment began with Kate and Jimmy taking turns imitating the exercise videos that were shown to them on a monitor

Stoked: The segment began with Kate and Jimmy taking turns imitating the exercise videos that were shown to them on a monitor

Leggy lady: Kate rocked an off-the-shoulder sweatshirt that read In Tune as she flaunted her shapely legs in pink leggings with yellow shapes

Leggy lady: Kate rocked an off-the-shoulder sweatshirt that read In Tune as she flaunted her shapely legs in pink leggings with yellow shapes

The first Big Apple excursion saw Kate carrying her little girl in a front baby carrier as she rocked an athletic outfit.

Next trip found the natural stunner in a Wonder Woman T-shirt as she pushed Genevieve in a maroon stroller. 

Later they were spotted in line at the airport ready for a security check. 

Teaming up: Then they both got in on the fun as they had to team up for a couple's dance

Teaming up: Then they both got in on the fun as they had to team up for a couple's dance

Super awesome: Her trademark platinum blonde tresses were tied up in a high ponytail as she donned a striped headband

Super awesome: Her trademark platinum blonde tresses were tied up in a high ponytail as she donned a striped headband

Far out dude: Jimmy sported a headband as well and a set of purple tights under skimpy shorts

Far out dude: Jimmy sported a headband as well and a set of purple tights under skimpy shorts

Meanwhile, Kate insists she isn't worried about what it is on the scale after child birth but knows she is getting 'stronger'.

'It's kind of a buzzkill when you see that number [on the scale]' she told People.

She said: 'I am definitely making progress, and there's little wins. I personally don't love getting on the scale too much, because it fluctuates from so many things, like breastfeeding, or if I'm bloated or too hydrated or not hydrated enough.' 

High kicks: They tried their best to imitate the high kicks

High kicks: They tried their best to imitate the high kicks

Partners in crime: They linked hands to keep up with the videos

Partners in crime: They linked hands to keep up with the videos

'It's kind of a buzzkill when you see that number. So I always try to focus on my weights - am I going up in weights, do I feel stronger when I'm doing lunges. I'm definitely getting stronger and feeling better.'

And Kate says her 'whole mindset changed so much' when she focused on her strength rather than the number on the scales.

She added: 'My whole mindset changed so much, instead of trying to fit into this perfect mould that I thought I was trying to be. As soon as I started caring about my strength, I felt healthier. I felt stronger. I was able to have more energy and be more active. And I was happier, honestly.'

Shake that booty: They couldn't contain their giggles while they danced

Shake that booty: They couldn't contain their giggles while they danced 

The blonde beauty admits it was hard getting back into exercise after the birth.

She shared to People magazine: 'I felt very strong the whole pregnancy, and then you're starting completely over again. It all disappears! I did the workouts and I started at phase 1, which used to be so easy for me, and suddenly I was struggling so much.' 

'That's why doing the workouts is so great, because Ben spread them out, so you're easing into it and building that strength again.'

Focus: Kate looked to be focused on her next move

Focus: Kate looked to be focused on her next move

Kate Upton channels her inner Flash Dance stripper as she hilariously spoofs 80s aerobic exercises

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