Netta Barzilai exposed: Israel's newest swimsuit model?

Barzilai took to the stage as the new remixed version of her international hit "Basa Sababa" played.

March 12, 2019 19:43
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Netta Barzilai exposed: Israel's newest swimsuit model?

Netta Barzilai struts down the runway in a Bananhot swimsuite at Israel Fashion Week. (photo credit: AVI WALDMAN)


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Israel’s Eurovision super star Netta Barzilai is showing off her curves by modeling a yellow swimsuit at Israel Fashion Week.

Wearing socks and black high heels, Barzilai danced down the runway with two other well-known models, Neta Alchimister and Noa Beny, all whom were dressed identically to her in the yellow and gold Bananhot swimsuits.

Barzilai took to the stage as the new remixed version of her international hit "Basa Sababa," which has already garnered more than 11 million views on YouTube, played. Dalit Rachster was the producer of the remixed version.

Speaking to attendees of the fashion show, Barzilai said that "for years I did not go to the beach or the pool, and so did many other women, and I am happy that I had the privilege of breaking through another barrier in my mind and that of many other people today.”

Barzilai has used her newfound fame to show the world that it is okay to be different and has become a role model to millions.

“We are all coming to celebrate ourselves and to love ourselves as we are, and I am excited that this is happening parallel to the launching of the official remix for the one and only Dalit Rachster.

“I am ashamed of nothing,” she added.

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