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Bar Refaeli On Yet Another Magazine Cover

By Kristi Goldade

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In the latest stop of her pageantry tour as Maxim’s #1 “Top 100” girl, Bar Refaeli appears in a tiny black bikini on the cover of the magazine’s September issue, which also features a racy photo spread and interview for readers hungry to learn more about the Israeli supermodel. And boy, are they hungry! A People magazine guide advises mortals on how to successfully ask her out; the Global Grind exclaims “Holy abs!” and frat boys everywhere thank their good fortune.

In the interview for the September issue, Refaeli lays out her likes — (“a nice smile with beautiful teeth”), dislikes (“when guys act too cool for school,”), obsessions (Twitter, among others) and best asset—“My stomach is hard, and I’m very proud of it.”

Rumors about the former DiCaprio girl’s love life have linked her to Shaun White, with whom she’s been hanging out at the London Olympics (and posing for photos to be posted on Twitter).

Refaeli said she’s going to be proud of the #100 hottie title until she “dies” and that it’s “an honor you never want to forget.” In the future, she plans to walk around and tell people, “Hey, I’m Bar Refaeli. I was No. 1 Most Beautiful in Maxim!”

That is, if the abs don’t speak for themselves.


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