In case you're unfamiliar with the Teen Mom 2 stars, Jeremy is Leah's hubby. He has an excellent paying job – albeit away from home – and he had a chance to make $40,000 in five weeks on the most recent episode. Instead of being grateful, Leah chastised Jeremy for not putting his family first. Yes, he works a dangerous job to pay for the three kids, one with special needs/medical bills, new house, horse farm, new cars, endless trips to the salon, etc., but he is not putting them first. Leah wants Jeremy at home so she can nag at him 24/7.
Following the episode, Leah took to social media to address the backlash and deny divorce rumors.
The other shows on our list saw an increase this week. Most impressive, 2.366 million watchedBasketball Wives L.A., which is a season three high and a whopping 500,000 more views than last week. Teen Mom 2saw a bump up of 300,000 when 2.171 million tuned in to see Jenelle fail a drug test.
Is there anything genuine about Farrah Abraham?!? She seriously can't even release epically bad music without lying or screwing someone.
In case you missed it, Farrah released her new music single Blowin last week. The song is horrendous. The video is worse. But this is Farrah the Faker we're talking about – we watched, we snarked, and we went about our day. We do not expect greatness (not even kinda good) from this former Teen Mom star.
So imagine my surprise when a second person claimed Farrah stole the song from him. Someone actually wants credit for Blowin? Ummm.. okay then.
Last night onTeen Mom 2, some girls celebrated happily wedded bliss (again) and other girls headed towards happily unwedded unbliss (again) and some girls cried all the way home from jail (again).
Let's start and end with a positive! To start, Chelsea Houska finally accomplished something other than dumpingAdam Lind. Which speaking of positives: he was NOT presents on last night's episode. Go, MTV! Anyway, Chelsea graduated with her 600 hour aesthetics certificate and is on her way to getting her very first job. "I know I had Aubree young, but I've still accomplished what I wanted," Chelsea says. Good for her.
Jenelle Evans has found true love, y'all, and she'll confront anyone who wants to try to rain on her parade with new beau Nathan Griffith. As you know, the Teen Mom 2 star is pregnant with a boy, and Nathan is the father…but he's not to be confused with Courtland Rogers, her husband who just got out of (or sent back to? I can't keep up!) jail. Healthy, healthy, healthy!
Apparently, Jenelle's army of Twitter followers tend to rile her up from time to time, most recently alleging that Nathan has been less than faithful during the reality star's pregnancy. I'll never believe it. He's the world's best boyfriend and father! You know who agrees with me? Jenelle. You know who is hilariously bringing back Jenelle's attorney Dustin Sullivan courtesy of her Instagram? Rihanna. It may not make sense in the context of this post, but it's the funniest thing I've seen in a while.
Now Michael is fighting back and writing a tell-all book! “It’s about being a grandfather and a parent to Farrah and [her daughter] Sophia,” Celebuzz. “It will address things you didn’t see on TV and things nobody has ever heard of."
Michael wants this book to clear-up misconceptions about his image, such as what viewers saw as his dysfunctional family relationships or the rumor that he helped Farrah broker her sex tape deal with Vivid. “It’s about our struggles and our blessings. It will address some of our hardships, being on a reality TV show and the real hard facts from the last year," Michael explains.
So it appears that MTV is going to continue its grand plan to shed light on the epic social problem of teen pregnancies by continuing to glorify pregnant teens, giving them a hefty check, and making them pseudo-celebrities. It's been working thus far. I mean, just look at how mature Farrah Abraham is thanks to the network's influence! Of course, actual intelligent people who are touted with research on such subjects are out to prove me wrong.
According to MTV's Remote Control, economists from Wellesley College and the University of Maryland have determined that 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom have led to a reduction in teen pregnancy by 5.7 percent, or about 20,000 births every year since the first show premiered in 2009. If you want to get super technical, that's one less birth by a teen every half hour. I guess that would explain why the network has announced another season which will follow twelve new pregnant teens.