What is old (and sort of insane) may soon be new again when it comes to Teen Mom OG.
About two years since she was fired as a cast member on this franchise, Farrah Abraham has made a stunning admission:
Not only has she said she'd return to the series, Farrah has claimed that producers are open to the idea.
There's just one catch, however, from Abraham's perspective. There's just one condition that would need to be met in order to her to grace our screens again.
What is it? And how likely is it to occur?
Let's catch up on all things Farrah Abraham down below, shall we?
Remember When She Got Fired?
We take fans back to October 2017 and Farrah's participation in a Halloween-themed pornographic webcam show, only the latest example at the time of her delving into this seedy universe.
MTV's Final Straw
MTV canned Farrah shortly afterward for her refusal to stop doing this. She was free to continually strip down for horny Internet users, but not to do so AND to remain a Teen Mom OG cast member.
This is So Unfair!
The reality star was pissed about the firing, writing on Facebook back then that Viacom, the parent company that owns MTV, “fired me today” and “let me go because as a Business Mogul I act like an adult and part take in adult promotions and activities that other adults do for FREE or in private!”
And Another Thing!
Continued Abraham in response: "Even though I have successfully been to gentlemen’s clubs appearances they filmed and Viacom filmed me at the AVN’s & Viacom shows and glorifies showing couples having sex on their network but as stated today ‘my brands press out shines the Teen mom Viacom press’- Sad such a phenomenal show will no longer have its biggest talent on the show because of women hating, sex shaming, hate crimes, selfish, Weinstein company power trip behaviors against a professional hard working, honest mother."
Abraham, who is the mother of 10-year-old daughter Sophia, went on to allege that Viacom “sex shamed” her, noting that she’s “Proud to not have a network take away financial opportunities for my goals, proud to be an Advocate for a healthy sex life, safe sex, teen pregnancy prevention and so much more while I run companies in different feilds [sic] and scale them."
Since That Time?
Abraham has remained in the news, often exploiting her daughter for attention on social media and often making references about how she's impossible to replace.
How Did MTV Try to Replace Her, Though?
By hiring two additions to the franchise: Cheyenne Floyd and Bristol Palin.
How Did That Work Out?
Not very well. Bristol spent the entire season arguing with her husband and then quit after just one year, saying she had been edited to look bad.
As for Cheyenne?
Snoozefest! She didn't exactly set the ratings on fire, as she also spent her first season on the show fighting with her baby daddy and doing little else.
But Did She Quit?
Nope. Floyd sounds like she is in this for the long haul... which is where the latest Farrah news comes in.
Speaking to Radar Online, Farrah now says she'd be down with a return -- and alleges this isn't some hypothetical, either. “I go out now with the executives of Teen Mom and I hang out with producers,” she says. “Things must be my way or I don’t come back. I don’t share my seasons with newbies. I’ll come back if it’s OG all the way."
In Other Words?
Fire Floyd, Farrah is stating, and she'll sign a new Teen Mom OG deal.
Major Shot Fired
“No one knows Cheyenne is on the show, let’s be real, that is a joke,” Farrah added on Radar Online’s Teen Mom Time podcast.
More Major Shots Fired
"Cheyenne and her boyfriend are super fans of Teen Mom. You can’t put super fans on TV shows and think it’s authentic,” Abraham continued in her rant. “You can’t get someone from The Challenge show where they purposely hook up for the sake of ratings, which happens non-stop…you’re duping what Teen Mom is about now. You make Teen Mom out to be a lie."
"What Teen Mom is About Now."
LOL. We just had to highlight that hilarious line from Farrah. We're pretty sure Teen Mom has always been about trying to garner ratings by showcasing the very unfortunate problems of young women who made some bad life choices.
And About That Casting Agent?
“It’s been quirky seeing the girls they put in place for me. Seeing how they picture fulfilling my place has been very funny and entertaining to me,” Farrah also says, adding that the person who oversees casting “needs to be trained again.”
Bristol Didn't Escape Farrah's Wrath, Either
“Bristol couldn’t handle that Farrah Abraham thing,” Abraham said of Bristol, who quit the series because she didn’t like the way she was portrayed. “Her last words were probably, ‘Farrah, Farrah!’ You can’t pop in some girl who has been watching Teen Mom for 10 years. Bristol is a super fan of Teen Mom.”
I'm Glad I Left
Farrah says she wants to return, but also says she's glad she got out of there... as if it were her decision two years ago. “I was like, I need to make the best choice as a mom and woman,” she told Radar. “I did the right thing. Sometimes you leave places in a dark place. Now people had air to breathe and see that things fail when you don’t have the right people in place.”
Just Waiting for the Call
“Whenever they are ready to have some Farrah back in their lives and want those high ratings again,” Farrah says.
Until Then, Though?
Abraham concludes that she isn't desperate. “I’m proud of the one I’ve been talking to for a little bit,” she says of her alleged significant other. “I love my dating life in private. I’m the happiest I’ve ever been. Living my best life.”
Reaction Pours In
Asked about these comments, Catelynn Lowell told Us Weeky: “We love Cheyenne and she’s a better fit than Farrah was,” Lowell, 27, told Us Weekly exclusively on Thursday, September 12. “She’s [a] respectful, loving and caring person, and finally all of us girls can sit on a couch, go out and just have fun with one another. We wouldn’t want it any other way.”
Would Farrah Be Welcomed Back?
Lowell emphasized that she would “absolutely not” welcome Abraham back into the fold, telling this same tabloid: “She hasn’t changed as a person. She even said she would only come back if things were her way. She’s still the self-righteous person — she always has been — and we don’t need that type of attitude in our loving group.”
“Now, if she was a caring and loving person, maybe, but that’s just not who she is and Cheyenne is, and for that reason, all of us Teen Mom girls love Cheyenne," Lowell said here.
But If This Does Somehow Happen?
Concludes Catelynn: "Everyone loves a train wreck, so if MTV brings her back, I hope all the fans enjoy watching that, but I would not help them bring her back or petition against her because that’s a waste of my time, and I’ve wasted enough of my time trying to befriend her and help her in the past."
You Tell Us, Folks...
Would YOU want to see a return of Farrah Abraham?