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Or will their personal quarrels make foes of these longtime friends?
She isn’t a “homewrecker.” That’s the message Hailey Glassman, who two years ago was thrust into tabloid fame over her relationship with Jon Gosselin, is trying to get across as a contestant on CMT’s reality dating show “Sweet Home Alabama.” Glassman, one of 22 female suitors vying for the heart of Tribble Reese — the runner up from the show’s first season — is trying to shed the “false image” she’s been branded with.
“If you think it’s hard to win over one guy’s heart, let me tell you, it’s a whole lot harder to win over 22 girls! Ultimately, Glassman not only shed her image within the house, but she also taught the others what she considers a valuable lesson. There’s a lot that goes on in this show that people will learn.
The girls learned so much, they learned not to judge someone by what you read about them,” Glassman says.
I’ve been constantly judged in rag mags and tabloids. People said things, they [the media] will pay anything to get a story and frame it how they want,” Glassman says.
While it's unclear if all 33 men released will actually appear on Hannah's season (the network used the very important keyword "may"), so far, she's got a lot to choose from.
Our last Bachelorette, Becca Kufrin, started her season with 28 guys, Rachel Lindsay with 31, and Jo Jo Fletcher with 26. There's two Connors, two Joes and a Joey, two Lukes, two Matt D.s, one Matt S. The oldest man this season is 34, the youngest is 23, and the average age is 27 -- three years older than our Bachelorette.
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