Kate Upton has called Victoria’s Secret out for only employing models with the same types of bodies.

On Sunday's episode of Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, a caller asked Upton, "What was your reaction to the rumors that Victoria’s Secret may not have a fashion show this year?"

"We’re sick of seeing the same body type," Upton said in response. "You have to be body-inclusive now. Every woman needs to be represented, otherwise it’s a snoozefest."

Upton has modeled for the lingerie brand before, appearing in Victoria's Secret catalog ads for the last decade, according to The Hollywood Reporter. However, the show's creative director Sophia Neophitou said in 2012 that "we would never use" Upton in the fashion show. The New York Times reported in May that the show was canceled.

Victoria's Secret has been in the hot seat recently because of its involvement with the founder of its parent company, L Brands and Jeffrey Epstein, who was arrested on charges of sex trafficking in July and later committed suicide in his cell. L Brands' chief marketing officer Ed Razek resigned this month after saying last year that there wasn't any room for plus-size or transgender models in Victoria's Secret fashion shows "because the show is a fantasy."