Our favorite reality TV stars can't 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!
It's true! While Courtland Rogers – her husband – has been rotting away in jail, Jenelle has been bragging about Nathan Griffith – her new beau – on Twitter. The catch? Nathan might already have a girlfriend and a child. Minor details aside, according to Jenelle and her friends, Nathan is perfect!
"Nathan is awesome and Jenelle is obsessed with him," said Jenelle's friend Jennifer. "He's so cute and treats her so nicely. She's head over heels for him."
Three television producers, Charles W. Malcolm, Jake P. Hall, and Denny O'Neil Jr., have filed a lawsuit with the Los Angeles Superior Court against Tori and Dean's Life in a Bowl Productions, OxygenMedia, and two other production companies.
They're asking for $60 million for theft of their idea, unfair business practices, and more. Apparently, Tori and Dean's sTORIbook Weddings is "uncannily similar" to a show they previously pitched to Oxygen, titled Wedding Rescue.
Earlier today, Reality Tea reported that Farrah Abraham has enrolled in Pace University's online Lubin School of Business, with a plan to focus on internal auditing and accounting. Farrah shared that she expects to use the degree when she opens her own restaurant.
Personally, I think the former Teen Mom star is way more likely to pursue the "lube business" than to graduate from the Lubin School of Business. Actually, given her hapless spelling/grammar skills, she might have meant to Google lube when she happened upon lubin. Oh my. Farrah and/or her business professor might be in for quite a shock when she hands in her first assignment.
Okay. I kid. Farrah obviously knows that she has enrolled in a business school; however, my brain will forever read it as Lube School. Coincidentally, while promoting Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom at the Exxxotica expo in Florida, Farrah shared more about her plans.
Looking back at season one of Married to Medicine, the show's creator and star, Mariah Huq, shares a few regrets about the first season and hopes for future season(s). Also, check out a sneak peek of tonight's "Secrets Revealed" special.