Brandi admits she’s never seen Farrah on Teen Mom, Couples Therapy, or Celebrity Big Brother. And it becomes apparent that Brandi never bothered to research Farrah beyond the tabloid gossip. Brandi begins, “You’ve been on a lot of f–king shows,” adding, “I have only been on two but I started later in life. This is something that happened to you really young.”
“16 and Pregnant is where I found my start,” explains Farrah. “I actually was doing modeling and acting and I accidentally got pregnant. One of my coaches at the time was like, ‘Farrah, you need to keep going, we’ll find you something even if you’re pregnant.’ She sent me an MTV casting. They were looking for women who were 16 and pregnant. I sent it in, and within a week, the show got picked up. It’s been back and forth from 16 and Pregnant, Teen Mom, and now Teen Mom OG. We’re finishing filming the next season of OG, set for Spring.”
Congratulations are in order for Miranda and Corey Simms. The Teen Mom 2 couple welcomed their daughter, Remington Monroe, over the weekend.
As you will recall, Corey and Miranda celebrated their baby shower just two weeks ago, as baby Remi wasn’t due to arrive until January. She appears to be healthy despite her early arrival. See pics of Corey, Miranda, and Remi below.
Teen Mom 2 stars Corey Simms and Miranda Simms celebrated their baby shower over the weekend – and the name Corey and Miranda chose for their daughter was revealed in the pictures shared on social media.
Sometime in January (rumored .. due date hasn’t been confirmed), baby Remi will join big sisters Ali and Aleeah, Corey‘s twin daughters with Leah Messer.
If you’ve been waiting for the perfect time to buy your very own piece of Farrah Abraham‘s DNA – aren’t we all? – today is it. Reason #1 – It’s on sale. You can own a piece of Farrah for only $49.99. Believe it or not the regular price is $99. Reason #2 – Farrah has been fired by the company that sells the DNA, so she won’t get any money.
“I would like to use this platform and DNA-based jewelry item to raise money for Operation Underground Railroad,” said Farrah. “Giving hope and knowledge can create change through DNA. When my daughter Sophia had to get a DNA test it changed her life and created a better future for her. I hope my legacy can change the world for the younger generation and save them from sex trafficking for a brighter future.”