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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Gal Gadot named one of world’s most desirable women

Gal Gadot

After conquering the big screen, Israel’s own Wonder Woman ranks 39th on AskMen magazine’s Top 99 Most Desirable Women list, beating other beauties like Sofia Vergara, Miranda Kerr and Katy Perry.

If you thought Gal Gadot would settle for her new international actress title, you got another thing coming. Shortly before she begins shooting her role as Wonder Woman in “Batman vs. Superman,” which will hit the screens in 2016, the Israeli beauty is already playing in the big girls’ league.
AskMen magazine’s Top 99 Most Desirable Women list for 2014 has provided further proof that Gadot is the next big thing.While other hot names were left out, the Israeli star made it to the honorable 39th place.
Gadot came in one place before sex bomb Sofia Vergara, who settled for the 40th place, and beat Miranda Kerr (46), Sandra Bullock (57) and Katy Perry, who only made it to the 90th for some reason.
The first place went to “Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke, who is the most desirable woman alive according to the website. The bad girl of the world of pop, Miley Cyrus, ranked 99th.
Other notable women on the list include singer Taylor Swift in the 30th place, Jewish actress Mila Kunis in the 26th place, Barbadian superstar Rihanna in the 19th place, Israel supporter Scarlett Johansson in the 16th place and pop star Beyoncé in the 11th place.
And in case you’re wondering, Bar Refaeli did not make it into the list this year. After ranking 19th in 2011, 51st in 2012 and 62nd in 2013, the Israeli supermodel was completely lefty out this year. Maybe next time.