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Barrett Pall is quickly becoming the next hottest top model. Between the recent appearance on Andy Cohen’s controversial late-night Watch What Happens Live show and being chosen for the cover of the first issue of the posh new mag Stark, the openly-gay model is definitely heading in the right direction.

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“The day you admit that you are gay, have problems with your weight, have an eating disorder, have problems with your mom or dad, or whatever else the case may be, is the day you get to start a new chapter,” the model wrote on his website. "It is the day you show the world your authentically-imperfect-beautiful-bright colors.”

Born in 1988 in New York to a Jewish family, Pall visited Israel several times and more than once stated that he is proud of his religion, which makes him feel so much more in touch with his own spirituality. Paul attended Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University and was recruited to the NYU competitive swim team. He was a competitive swimmer for 15 years.

At NYU Pall was also a member of the Jewish college fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi and finished his internship on Saturday Night Live and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

Barrett started his modeling career as a freshmen in college, and since then has been featured in advertising campaigns for Diesel, Lacoste, Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, Nike, Adidas, and many others. His fan-base is constantly growing - now with 41k followers on Instagram and an extremely loving support from gay magazines like Out, which counted down Pall’s 50 sexiest photos and with a vibrant blog and YouTube page, no wonder he's become the top model - and not only a pretty face - to watch in 2015.
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