At this point it isn’t too shocking for fans (and haters) to question the parenting decisions of the Teen Mom stars. There is always some sort of controversy going on with these people. So what’s the latest? Instagram users are freaking out about pics that Farrah Abraham and Jeremy Calvert posted of their daughters on their Instagram accounts.
Since this is par for the course with the Teen Mom cast it is almost getting too easy to hate on them. That’s why it’s hard to tell if people are just picking on them because it’s easy to do so or because it’s justified.
Allegedly, despite that fact that they both quit, MTV is legally able to demand Adam and Jeremy participate in the “new” season because an existing contract extension clause is being exercised by MTV. So both guys have been forced to film again.
Last night was the first Teen Mom 2 reunion episode of the season and featured Jenelle Evans and Leah Messer, the moms who need the most help. Too bad the doctor in the house – Dr. Drew Pinsky – didn’t offer them any guidance. Rather, he avoided any deep discussion with them and tried to convince everyone that David Eason has been a stabilizing force. Hang up the white coat, Dr. Drew, you’re done.
The reunion starts with all the girls on the couch watching highlights from the season. Dr. Drew asks what jumped out for them watching the recap. For Leah, it was hard to see Ali getting worse throughout the season. Kailyn Lowry says there hasn’t been an easy moment for her the entire season. Jenelle gives the non-answer that they can all learn from each other, which prompts Dr. Drew to bring up social media drama between Kail and Jenelle, who are now pretending to be in a better place (they’re also on opposite ends of the couch). Chelsea Houska, who also had her own issues with Jenelle, tries to avoid more Jenelle rage and simply says all the girls follow each other on Instagram and Twitter. Leah attempts to cut the tension by sharing how nice it is to have the other girls to talk to. Chelsea adds that if she needed something, she could talk to these girls. I just imagine the producers giving them a pep talk before going onstage: “Ok, girls, let’s all pretend we’re best friends and the greatest support for teen moms in their twenties is other teen moms in their twenties.”
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 lives with us. And we would not have it any other way. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite snapshots and selfies from this week. Enjoy.
Despite the girls being in their mid-twenties, MTV has decided to give them yet another season to try to emulate Chelsea Houska by getting their acts together. It won’t happen, but we watch despite (and probably because of) the incessant trainwreckitude. “It’s the same story every season,” sighs a source.
Our favorite reality stars, like Kathryn Dennis,Shannon Beador, andJenni Pulos, love to show off their adorable kids and family pictures on social media. It is tough to narrow down, but here’s our pick for the sweetest photos from the past few weeks.
Above: Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle Evans shared this pic of herself and Jace, adding, “Time to go hiking on the trails with the Boy Scouts.”