Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to social media 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 family photos from the past few weeks.
MTV released a clip of the Ask The Moms special – and there’s drammaaaaa!
When asked about social media, Amber made a point to say that she follows all the other girls but one. “I think I pretty much follow everybody and they follow me except for Jenelle,” she said. “There’s some stuff that was going on, so I had to not do that.” That “stuff” was an interview Amber gave in March, where she called Jenelle irresponsible and immature, and Jenelle lashed back.
What’s Maci Bookout doing? Your guess is as good as mine. I honestly don’t pay any attention to the spoiled party girl. I’m sure the IRS is, though, now that she’s got a big pay day coming.
Amber also has a new book, Never Too Late, to promote. In a recent interview, she talked about sharing her story, inviting cameras back into her life, opening her own rehab centers, reconnecting with Leah, and more.
Right away Farrahdenied being fired, however, today she said that she feels MTV made a mistake when they fired her. It’s like Farrah lives in one of those “Choose Your Own Adventure” books… Turn to page 32 if your delusional self believes you weren’t fired. Turn to page 54 if you admit you were fired.
The Teen Mom stars – minus Farrah Abraham – and the Teen Mom 2 stars filmed an “Ask the Moms” special, where the “biggest Teen Mom fans” were given a chance to ask the MTV stars questions. This could be really bad or really good. If nothing else, let’s hope the fans questions were better than Dr. Drew Pinsky‘s predictable, misogynistic questions.
Thankfully, Amber has maintained her sobriety since her release from prison in November, but it hasn’t been easy. She recently opened up about the lengths she has gone to avoid drugs, including the prescription medication she needs to control her depression and bi-polar disorder.
But part of me is beginning to wonder if Farrah told MTV that she didn’t want to participate because filming Teen Mom would require – GASP! – spending time with her child. If you will recall, Sophia is living her own life, and Farrah is busy promoting her sex toys, opening a restaurant, pretending to write fiction books, gearing up for her first movie role, and working as a stripper. Where would she find the time to play mom for the cameras?
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.”