Israeli actress and “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot is on Maxim magazine’s “Hot 100” list of the world’s sexiest women for 2019, it was announced on Monday.
The magazine said about Gadot, “The only woman on this list who can field strip an M16, this 34-year-old superbabe’s two-year stint in the IDF made her the natural choice to play gun-toting Gisele in the ‘Fast and the Furious’ franchise. Struggling model-actresses take heart: Before she was queen of the DC Extended Universe, she was Miss Israel in 2004.”
Maxim explained its process for selecting the “Hot 100” list, saying, “This year we decided to do things a bit differently. The inexorable rise of digital influencers — and a certain progressive social movement you may have heard a little something about — led us to reconsider what it means to be ‘hot’ in 2019.”
“There’s physical beauty, sure. But that was only part of our attraction algorithm,” the magazine added. “As a general rule, the women who caught our eye bring something else to the party, succeeding in their chosen field against long odds through sheer determination, raw talent, and a willingness to put themselves out there.”
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