Farrah Abraham apparently thinks she is Beyonce.
No, she doesn't have any singing or dancing talent - and she definitely is not admired by millions around the globe.
But the controversial Backdoor Teen Mom has said in a new interview that she views herself as being irreplaceable.
(Okay, granted, in Beyonce's song "Irreplaceable," she's talking about a cheating boyfriend being under the misguided impression that he's irreplaceable. But still.)
The polarizing Farrah has something to say about her replacement Bristol Palin leaving the show, and even more to say about who she thinks ought to come on board and replace her replacement.
You likely won't be shocked by her answer.
Scroll down to read for yourself, however ...
What is Farrah Abraham's History with MTV?
She was cast on 16 and Pregnant way back in 2008. She then starred on Teen Mom from 2009 all the way up through 2017.
And She Was Then Fired Because...
... she appeared in a number of amateur pornography videos online. As one does.
But the Network Can't Really Say Goodbye
In late 2018, Farrah joined the cast of Ex on the Beach because, let's face it, she's a ratings draw. Viewers love to hate her.
And Now Farrah Wants to Save MTV From Itself...
You see, Bristol Palin was brought in to replace Farrah -- but ratings for her one season on the show tanked. Fans did not care for Bristol's divorce storyline, or maybe they just didn't care about Bristol herself at all.
See Ya, Losers!
Dissatisfied herself with her role on the series, Bristol quit after just this one season, jumping up high on her pedestal and writing online: “Teen mom OG wasn’t a fit for me, it took away my peace.. and honestly – my peace has a price tag that no one but God can afford."
She Added at the Time:
“$ doesn’t impress me, I don’t entertain bs, and walking away from this show allows God to rebuild me (and my little fam) in the right direction.”
And She Concluded at the Time:
“I have love for all the girls on the show, and wish them the best of luck in all their future endeavors!! xoxo, B."
What Does Farrah Think of Palin's Departure?
“You know, she was trying to fill my position, and it didn’t work out,” Abraham told Us Weekly at a MĀSK Skincare launch in New York City on April 25. “I was just born and built for Teen Mom, and no one can ever replace that."
Farrah Has Gone After Bristol in the Past
Back when Palin complained that MTV was painting her a Farrah-like villain, Abraham fired back, saying in late December 2018: "The only thing MTV and Teen Moms use my name for is to get publicity for the show."
She's Not Totally Wrong, Right?
Again, the awful mother does bring in viewers.
Added Farrah of Bristol:
"I think she wants to be Farrah Abraham... like many of the other women who say they hate me... but they only wish they could have what I have."
Palin Claimed She Did NOT Want to Be Farrah
She specifically called Abraham out in her Instagram rant from several months ago: "All they want with my little segment each week is some fake fill-in Farrah Abraham/Jerry Springer BS, and it’s simply not true. Don’t get me wrong - I’ve said some mean things and learned a lot the last several months - but the life I’ve built for my kids is NOT sitting around talking about baby daddy drama."
So, Bristol is Out. Would Farrah Actually Return?!?
This possibility was first floated in early April
, as various outlets tried to guess who MTV would hire next.
That Was Mere Speculation, Though
Farrah, now, however, has actually spoken on whether she would return to the franchise that semi-recently had her fired.
And What Has She Said?
“I really miss it,” Farrah tells Radar Online. “I’m not digging the low ratings and people leaving the show, so I really feel like if I come back I want it to be positive.
The Ratings Actually Are Low
This may be a sign of viewer fatigue after so many seasons or of lame personalities, but MTV has at least renewed Teen Mom OG for another season.
And Farrah Wants to Be a Part of It
"I really hope I could bring it back. If they ever need me back, I’m here," she also tells Radar in this new interview.
She Even Has Nice Things to Say About Her Former Co-Stars
Sort of. To some extent, at least. Regarding Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood and Catelynn Lowell, Abraham said she wants the women to “lift each other up.”
They are OGs for a Reason
“You can’t make any other OG cast like that,” she continues to Radar. “It was pretty sick. Maybe that will be in my future. My relationship with MTV is great right now. We’ll see how it works out.”
Wouldn't She Need to Issue Several Apologies Before Returning?
Huh? Of course not! “I don’t have anything to reconcile with them,” she says. “Some people are sore losers at the end of the day. My last conversations were with the producers. Since then, everyone apologized."
I Got Nothing But Love for Everyone!
"I only have the best for the producers of Teen Mom. If the show is a success, I’m a success. I always wanted it to work out, even if we fight, just like every family does," Farrah reasons.
What About Chyenne Floyd in All of This?
It's easy to forget that she was also brought in to take over for Farrah. But she really did not seem to catch on with viewers much at all.
Farrah Won't Even Say Her Name
"I know the other one is probably along for the ride," she mysteriously told Radar when asked about Floyd.
And If Farrah is Not Brought Back?
Don't shed any tears for her. “I’ve been enjoying writing my first film," she says. "I’m working on a new scripted reality project. I’m happy I’m switching over from reality TV to scripted now."
Her Future is Bright Regardless
“I really am excited to turn 28 soon. I really hope I find someone soon," Farrah concludes. "I feel like there is a ticking time bomb before I turn 30. It’s been 10 years since I had a child. I’m making smart choices!”