Why is Bar Refaeli still single?

Last updated 10:26 21/10/2013
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SINGLETON: Bar Refaeli can't understand why she's still single.

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She's smart, beautiful, well-travelled and well paid. So why can't supermodel Bar Refaeli get a date?

The stunning 28-year-old model, who took the top spot in Maxim's Hot 100 list in 2012, has been single since she broke up with actor Leonardo DiCaprio in 2011.

"I don't understand it," she told Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth.

"I look great. I'm cool. I like going out. I like being at home, I like movies, I like eating. So what's wrong with me? Why am I alone?"

Refaeli admitted she was upset when DiCaprio was linked to actress Blake Lively just months after their relationship ended.

"I suddenly choked up and I started crying uncontrollably," she recalled.

"No one knows that I went back to my room and broke down in bitter tears. I couldn't stop crying."

She told the paper she is looking for someone who values family and named Ryan Gosling as her dream man.

She's also happy to take on very traditional roles in a relationship.

"I'm not at all a feminist," she said.

"I don't want him to do my dishes. I'll do the dishes, and I'll clean, and I'm the one who wants to stay at home with the kids in the end."

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