TEEN Mom alum Farrah Abraham shared that she would “be open” to reuniting with former co-star Catelynn Baltierra, Maci Bookout and Amber Portwood following their fallout.
The former MTV star told In Touch that she would be willing to return to the show two years after her exit.
Farrah said she was willing to return to Teen Mom OG[/caption]
Farrah on Teen Mom with daughter Sophia[/caption]
Farrah at a Teen Mom reunion special[/caption]
While she previously felt like an “outcast” on the show, Farrah said she would return to the reunite with her old castmates under the condition that they wouldn’t rehash old drama.
She told In Touch: “I think the adult conversations would be amazing.
“I mean, I would be open to even hosting a special for Teen Mom, you know, and having all those conversations with everyone. Maybe I’ll pitch that, but I don’t know when they’re going to be back to [filming].”
Farrah doesn’t “keep in touch” with Catelynn, Maci or Amber, though will catch up with the show’s “creators and developers because of other work they want to do.”
Farrah and Sophia posed on a red carpet[/caption]
The duo sported masks[/caption]
She was known for her outbursts on Teen Mom OG, especially when she came face to face with the other stars at the reunion specials.
The mom-of-one added: “It’s been a long journey to get back in a positive place, even on the back end, because of a lot of the things.”
Following her departure from the show, Farrah went to college to study business entertainment and will graduate in two months.
She said: “I have my own focus, my own future.
“I think that’s more understanding now. And again, it took conversations on the back end and I can only imagine from a front end of talent, what the conversations would be totally different now.”
Farrah often caused drama during the Teen Mom reunions[/caption]
Things sometimes got physical with Farrah[/caption]
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Despite her willingness to return to the show, Farrah would move forward with precautions.
Farrah explained: “I definitely just will have my own security at my own way of protecting myself. I’m always ready for a conversation.”
The interview follows the Fourth of July holiday, which Farrah spent with her daughter Sophia and her father’s family.
Sophia, 11, never met her father, Derek Underwood, because he died when Farrah was pregnant.
The reality television star – who recently explained that 11-year-old Sophia has been “craving” to get to know her dad’s side of the family – revealed to Instagram over the holiday weekend that they were in Kansas City with Derek’s family.
Despite her dramatic past on the show, Farrah said she might return[/caption]
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