Hailey Glassman has been called a home wrecker, a party animal and (perhaps worst of all) Jon Gosselin’s girlfriend. But the one thing she will be the first to admit—is that she’s a bona fied Jewish American Princess.
“I’m the ultimate JAP,” Glassman joked to RadarOnline.com exclusively. "Besides Judaism, David Yurman is our religion! I could teach youngsters how to be good JAPS…wear black spandex and Uggs, only drink Pellegrino and never, ever drink tap water.”
Hailey may get her chance. There’s a new reality show in the works—think Real Housewives of New Jersey meets Jersey Shore—and they’re looking to cast Jewish American Princesses, or JAPS. Jenn Hoffman of Get Some Media, the company behind the show, thinks Glassman would be great at reality t.v.
“I think Hailey is an interesting character and would be great for reality TV,” Hoffman told RadarOnline.com.
“I definitely think I should be the first to be cast,” Glassman agrees. “I’m being brutally honest. I have a huge following. The media always makes fun of the things I say and the way I talk. I’d be great for the show. I actually had the same idea three months ago only I wanted to call it 'JAPS In the Hamptons.'”
The term Jewish American Princess has sometimes been considered to be slightly derogatory because of its elitist, snobby connotation. But Glassman says she considers the title something to be proud of.
So what exactly is a Jewish American Princess? Glassman breaks it down.
“We JAPS have what I like to call entitlement syndrome,” she says. “I only wear designer brands, I don’t eat meat off the bone, I drink Fiji water or Pellegrino. I would rather die of dehydration than drink tap water. My signature outfit is black spandex, Uggs and white v-neck t-shirts. It’s a different mentality.”
Hailey is quick to add, “JAPS in New York are kind of crazy, but I’m really nice. I’m family-oriented.”
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Hailey was set to move to Los Angeles in August to begin shooting a reality TV show called Starting Over, which would chronicle her move and feature the 23-year-old attempting to start a new life post-Jon Gosselin. Now Hailey says those plans are on hold.
“I don’t know if I can be away from my family for that long,” she said. “I don’t know, I haven’t made up my mind yet. Things are hanging in the breeze at the moment. We’ll see what happens.”