Nadya Suleman on Jon Gosselin: "I Think He's Hot!"
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Jon and Nadya plus 22?
If things go sour with girlfriend Hailey Glassman, Jon Gosselin has at least one other admirer: Nadya Suleman.
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"I kind of have a crush on Jon Gosselin," the single mother of 14 quipped to Radaronline.com. "I think he's hot ... he looks cute in purple!"
But Suleman, 33, doesn't crush on Gosselin at the expense of his estranged wife, Kate.
"I feel for her. I wish everyone would leave her alone," she says, admitting she's never seen a full episode of their on-hiatus TLC show. "I'm sure she trusts herself and trusts that she's strong enough to handle it."
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"I don't think any single mother of any amount of kids should start dating," she quipped.
Her sudden sympathy for Kate Gosselin, 34, marks a change of heart. In June, Suleman snipped of the reality-TV star, "Why are you so desperate to glob on to my life? For attention?"
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And despite earlier reports, Suleman insists she has no reality show plans of her own. "I already made up my mind a long time ago," she says. "I think it's exploitative. I don't care what the dollar amount would be. It's not worth it. It's not healthy for the kids."
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