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Bar Refaeli Topless for Maxim

The world’s sexiest woman is featured in the September issue

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: August 7th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Bar Refaeli Topless for Maxim

After beating out hundreds of other girls for the spot, Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli was recently named the ‘Hottest Girl in the World’ by Maxim magazine.

To celebrate her win, Refaeli appears on the cover of the upcoming September issue of the men’s magazine flaunting a black bikini, and dawns even less inside the publication.

In the feature, Refaeli shares what physical attributes she is attracting to in a man.

"Teeth are the first thing I look at," Refaeli begins.

“With today's orthodontists, I don't understand why people wouldn't fix them."

The supermodel also explains that she isn’t attracted to men that act “too cool for school.”

"If someone is funny, he should say something funny," she explains. "If someone is sweet and gentle, he should talk that way. Just be yourself. Like, the other day, I was at the airport, and there was a cute guy who I saw notice me. But instead of coming up next to me, he put his head down and started texting to appear like, 'Oh, didn't even see you!' I was like, if you really were cool, you'd just be yourself and talk to me."

Apparently though, Refaeli doesn’t get asked out much.

"I think part of the reason is that I'm not out much," admits Refaeli. "I'm usually at a photo shoot or getting to sleep early. I don't really have a chance to meet people other than businessmen on planes. They're all married and much older, though."

The supermodel is currently linked to snowboarder, Shaun White.

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