Her response: "Oh, my god. I mean — I grew up in California. I grew up in Los Angeles, actually. I'm very familiar. I did not own a wool coat. I did not own a wool sweater until I moved to New York. I think people here [in New York] love glamour, but they love individualistic glamour. I think in L.A., there's definitely a little more of a traditional way that people look. I was not blonde, I did not have a bathing suit body, and I always felt a little out of place. I think here, it's a little easier to be who you are. And there — you know — you've got to work it out. You've got to fit in. It's a little harder."
So, it's not exactly a dagger to the throat, but them's as close to fighting words a classy lady of Jenna's ilk can get. Blondes and bathing suit-bodied Los Angelenos — it's your move! (Hollywood Reporter)