Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here's a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
Teen Mom fans had a negative reaction towards Mackenzie's pregnancy due to the fact that she suffers from type 1 diabetes, which presents many risks to both mom and baby. In an attempt to defend her decision, Mackenzie tweeted, "If your doctor told you your body would no longer be able to have babies after the age of 21 and you're married and 19, what would you do?"
In the end, Mackenzie's declaration brought even more negative attention to her situation, as most didn't believe a doctor would put a time limit on when she could safely become pregnant. Well guess what – now Mackenzie admits her pregnancy wasn't planned and doctors warned her against becoming pregnant again. Ever. PERIOD.
Reality Tea had the pleasure of chatting with Golnesa “GG” Gharachedaghi about the new season. She's really looking forward to it!
"I’m excited about this season because I think people will get to see a new side of me that hasn’t been that evident in past seasons," shared GG. "I’m hoping the audience will see a more compassionate side of me."
Above: Bethenny Frankel and daughter Bryn show their Halloween spirit in candy themed costumes. Bethenny threw a Halloween costume party for Bryn and her friends and even had a pink stretch limo drive them to the party.
First Brian says he was caught off guard when their relationship was outted by the press last week. So he didn't notice the paparazzi Farrah mostly likely invited to their "romantic stroll" in the park? "It's something I never expected to be brought into," Brian says about the media attention.
"I wasn’t really expecting for [our relationship] to come out," continues Brian. "I mean, I didn’t know when it would come out, or if it would, so it kind of caught me by surprise. But I knew it was a big ordeal when people started calling my mom’s house asking about it."