Two Israelis in International Magazine's Top 100 Most Datable Gay Guys

Entrepreneur Eliad Cohen and musician Ivri Lider make the list, along with leading international singers, actors, models and designers.

Two Israeli gay hunks are featured in Out magazine's annual survey to find the planet's most datable gay man.


The Israelis in the gay glossy's top 100 are entrepreneur and event promoter Eliad Cohen and musician Ivri Lider.

Other prominent names on the list are singers Ricky Martin, Adam Lambert and Frank Ocean, actor Wentworth Miller, fashion designer Marc Jacobs and writer Christopher Rice,

The most eligible bachelor will be voted for by Out readers and the winners will be announced next month.

"Each year we scour the globe, on the prowl for single men to share with our readers," the magazine writes in its introduction to the competition. "Some of the hottest prospects are already married, settling down, or dating (thanks, Tom Daley and Robbie Rogers), but that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of guys who are looking for love. Check out this year's list, vote for who your favorites are, and we'll present the winners next month."

Eliad Cohen, 26, is an Israeli producer, actor, model, entrepreneur and co-founder of Gay-ville, a gay-friendly vacation rental service based in Tel Aviv. He became a prominent Israeli gay personality after being chosen as the cover model of the Spartacus International Gay Guide for the 2011-2012 issue.
He is the promoter of Tel Aviv Gay Pride events and various activities in support of gay-friendly Israeli tourism.

Ivri Lider, 39, is an Israeli musician and part of the duo TYP, also known as The Young Professionals. He entered the Israeli music scene in the late 1990s and soon became one of the biggest-selling contemporary artists in Israeli music.
In addition to his music career, Ivri served as a judge on the first season of the 'X Factor' Israel, which ended this week.

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