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Supermodel: Jewish Mothers Are Constantly Trying to Set Me Up With Their Sons

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Erin Heatherton. Photo: David Shankbone.

Skokie, Il-born 25-year-old Erin Heatherton (Erin Heather Bubley) is rocking the modeling world.

And in a new interview accompanying a cover spread for Miami’s Ocean Drive magazine, she says Jewish moms are “constantly trying to set her up with their sons.”

Imagine that – who would have thought?

“The moms, they’re doing what they do. It doesn’t matter what country they live in, what city – grandmothers, too,” she admitted.

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“But I’m probably going to do that too one day.”

Heatherton was also asked if she was Bat Mitzvahed.

“I did; it was just a wonderful day in my life… and humiliating,” she responded. “I sang! They’re like mini weddings for awkward preadolescent weirdos changing voices.”

Now that, dear readers, is a sentence for the ages. For the rest of us, who may be interested in her family genealogy, please go here.

“The world sees you as beautiful, but how do you see yourself?” she was also asked.

“I’m not perfect. I never identified with the way I look; I was just born this way. I don’t feel rejection if I’m not the right person for a job, because that’s not where I find my self-worth. I’m a beautiful person, and that’s not because of my modeling career. There are good shots, and there are bad shots, but it’s just like playing a character. If you think of the top five people that you care about the most in your life, you probably don’t care if they look good in every angle or photo.”

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