“It’s an autobiography of basically me before Teen Mom when I lived in PA and then when I migrated down to the South,” shared Jenelle. “It has all the details from before filming, behind the scenes, when we took breaks in between, and stuff like that. A lot of people judge me on TV – they love me or they hate me – and I just want them to see that I had a rough life growing up.”
In the clip, Amber meets up with Dr. Drew while promoting her book, Never Too Late. When Dr. Drew asked Amber how often Gary allows her to see Leah, she shared, “Since she started school, it’s been weird because he’s acting weird. He won’t let me have her on the days she is in school, which is Monday through Friday. Something’s going to happen because I will be getting her.”
The reality stars were out and about this week, attending events, running errands, and more. Teen MomFarrah Abraham ditched MTV for the night and supported Bravo’s Blood, Sweat and Heels at an event celebrating the show’s second season. She was also snapped visiting Planet Hollywood.
Speaking to OK!, Amber said, “I think Matt helped me get completely over him. It was months before that though that I made the decision to not want to have the relationship with Gary anymore. It was just really hard to move forward with somebody and trust another man and actually feel like I could love another person. I never thought I could find somebody that I loved more than Gary, and obviously I was wrong. I love this man more than anything.”
Farrah recently talked to E! about how much she has changed on a personal level (you know, deep down, beyond the whole reality star turned porn star and stripper thing) since Teen Mom went off the air two and a half years ago. The serial sextrepreneur also revealed her plans for the future… which include pursuing a doctorate degree to become a plastic surgeon. HA. I am not kidding.
When asked why they agreed to do Teen Mom again, Maci shared, “I felt like I was such a different person when the show last aired. I’ve really grown up, and not just because I have a kid and responsibilities, but mentally and emotionally. I thought it would be cool to show how different we are and how far we’ve come in the past two or three years since we’ve been off the air. Also, to show people that just because the show went off, it doesn’t get any easier. When you’re teen parents, it’s hard forever. The struggles don’t go away; they’re just different.”