When it comes to Farrah, two things are certain: she has no shame and she knows what to say to get a headline. So of course a publisher of smut books would want to hitch a ride on the Farrah Express. They will have to sit up front though. The caboose is closed for repairs.
Farrah's first stop: Radar. To talk about Sophia, her five-year-old daughter, reading the erotica. When she's older, of course, but now is a perfect time to talk about it. #EyeRoll
I apologize in advance. There is so much for me to be sorry for in this post. I am sorry to each of you, because what you are about to read is truly ridiculous, but I urge you to keep reading. Why? Because I can't unread it, and I want people to suffer with me. I'm sorry to Jessica Alba (you'll want to apologize to her too, trust me). I'm sorry to the English language. I butcher you enough, but I am no where near the offender that Farrah Abraham is, and she's a flipping New York Times bestselling author.
I'm really sorry to the blogger at Celeb Buzz who had to interview the Teen Mom star turned porn queen and try to make sense of some of the things that come out of this chick's mouth (double entendre not intended…wait, yes it was). Lastly, I feel sorry FOR young Sophia because she is going to have a lot to overcome. I even pity Farrah. Sure, she's making more money than I'll ever see in my life, but wow. She is just a sad, lost soul.
Farrah completed book one of the trilogy, Celebrity Sex Tape, and secured a publishing deal for all three books. The first book is Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making. The trilogy follows a character by the name of Fallon Opal – she's a reality TV star who likes sex. HAHA – wonder how long it took Farrah to develop that character.
Farrah shared, “Fallon’s story follows what I’ve gone through recently, much of it witnessed and misunderstood by the public. Book One is an entertaining and sexually charged novel, but it is also an inside look at the underside of being a reality TV star that everyone else can relate to.”
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!
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.
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.