A new commercial for Bimbo Bakeries' "Oroweat" starring Refaeli went on the air on Thursday. Bar traveled to Barcelona two weeks ago to shoot the commercial alongside Spanish journalist Manu Carreño.
So it seems even supermodels are into carbs too. In the commercial, its two stars argue on the type of bread they should east – white or dark bread. Bar, of course, chose the dark, healthier bread.
And if that were not enough, the Huffington Post published a "#nofilter" interview with the dazzling Israeli last week. The article is the first in a series of quick Q&As with celebrities sharing their happy and sad moments, as well as their guiltiest pleasures.
Here are just a few quotes from the interview:
Asked what was the silliest thing she had ever lied about, Refaeli responded that she was not a big liar. Asked what crime she would commit if she knew she could get away with it, she said: "Probably break into Barneys and steal everything they have. All of their bags and shoes!"
The next question was "what's one thing you do when you're alone that you wouldn't do in front of someone else?" The surprising answer was cooking. "I’m not the biggest cook and I don’t practice a lot because I travel, so I’m embarrassed to do it in front of people," Bar explained.
If you were wondering about Refaeli's guiltiest pleasure, it turns out that the supermodel is very fond of French fries.
She isn't very fond of the film “American Hustle,” which she found to be "long and slow." And what did she think of ex-boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio's new flick "The Wolf of Wall Street?" "That’s really good," she said. "I can’t remember what else is nominated…"
Hosting the "X Factor," was described by Bar as something which was harder than it looked. "I think that when I see these shows on TV and everything flows, you don’t think that it’s going to be long hours and a lot of time. It’s not as easy as it looks."
The thing she is most afraid of is that something will happen to the people she loves.
And where does she feel most at peace? "At home in Israel," Bar says, acting once again as a proud Israeli ambassador.