The one and only Farrah Abraham finally makes her return to Teen Mom: OG on Monday, April 20, but she's not entirely thrilled about it. The reason for that?
She says the MTV show that made her a star reveals too much. Seriously.
If you watch Teen Mom online, you know she hasn't been back yet this season, yet MTV has been hyping her return. It's a bit odd, but now we know why:
Execs changed their minds midway through filming. Her co-stars, who apparently had Farrah Abraham fired initially, were much displeased with the 180.
Sounds like there are plenty of fireworks to come this spring, too.
In an interview with TooFab, Farrah says the show gives fans more access than ever before, including footage of the stars and the entire crew interacting.
That's what Abraham has a problem with in particular: No boundaries.
Farrah says the new format sprung from the success of her Being Farrah special and the raw, behind-the-scenes moments it produced, and she's not a fan:
"I think some of it's too much shown. The network should be focused on why it's edited the way it is, instead of showing us naked. I don't agree with that."
The 23-year-old says it's a concern for her daughter Sophia, too.
"She does have her troubles with some of the male camera operators," Farrah says, and she believes her only child's concerns are "justified." She goes on:
"Because we're normally not just having an all-male crew and we're normally not having cameras as much in the way when we're getting dressed."
"Keep in mind, we're women. We not so open and usually have more privacy. This was definitely like, 'MTV, what are you doing?' And Sophia voices some of that."
One thing Farrah is less concerned with? Her co-stars' opinions.
"Nothing hurts me. I think I've gone through worse s--t," she says. "So the reactions are their own and their perceptions of myself are their own. It's not my reality."
Farrah also dishes on her boyfriend Simon Saran, her relationship with Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood and Catelynn Lowell now, as well as her future aspirations.
This summer, she begins studying to become a plastic surgeon.
Abraham, who has plenty of experience going under the knife herself, will shadow Dr. Sergio Alvarez in Miami as part of an apprenticeship program.
Becoming an actual plastic surgeon takes more than that, of course - a lot more - but she says she's willing to go through whatever it takes to live her dream:
"For the good and for the bad, I have experienced things. I think that's why I now feel even more confident at being the best plastic surgeon I can be."
"I am very ready to start my education, pursue that as a practice and I can't wait to have my amazing mentors," she continues, adding that:
"Now that I have had a little bit of a mistake in the plastic surgery world with the [botched lip injections], implants, I know how to help others."