Farrah Abraham has been talking about opening a restaurant for years now. We have heard it all… she’s a foodie, she’s a culinary school graduate, she’s opening Asian and Italian fusion restaurant in Florida, and she’s opening a non-alcoholic drinks and donuts joint in Texas. The list goes on and on and on.
About her latest idea, Farrah recently shared, “It is my own concept. It’s about having fresh and frozen cuisines and foods at this restaurant.” Lo and behold, the Teen Mom star and Couples Therapy train wreck has finally brought one of her non-porn ideas to life! Thank you, porn money!
Froco Fresh Frozen is set to open October 1 in Austin, Texas. But, it sounds like its primary focus is self-serve “frozen” yogurt and “fresh” toppings, which is hardly an original idea. Froco’s messy website boasts, “The Froco lifestyle is about spreading positivity and passion to others and always keepin’ it poppin’.”
Amber‘s tell-all, Never Too Late, is set to be released next month. “My book is to help others,” she tweeted. “I’ve had a book deal for years and haven’t used it because I felt there was no purpose… but now there is… love.”
Not only does the former Teen Mom star believe her erotic trilogy will give Fifty Shades of Greya run for its money, but she also thinks it will make a difference in the world. Because, of course! Honestly I am shocked Farrah has not won a Pulitzer Prize yet. I’m sure she is too!
That’s 7 1/2 already – I mean, Kim? Seriously? Let’s just give her a half.
Now rumor has it that Lisa Rinna has joined the cast as well. Reportedly, ABC has approached Lisa about The View, but she couldn’t resist Bravo‘s charm. Or something. Around this time last year Lisa stated that she wouldn’t ever join Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Never one to keep her opinions to herself, Heavenly took to her blog to offer her Married to Medicine co-stars her own special brand of advice. I'd rather walk blinged-out pups down a runway than listen to Dr. Heavenly's advice or voice. Trust, that's saying a lot, as I am not a fan of little dogs.