Is ‘Teen Mom’ Farrah Abraham Done with Reality TV?

Farrah Abraham first became popular after appearing on the MTV reality series Teen Mom. Fans couldn’t seem to get enough of the reality star. After Teen Mom, Abraham made appearances on Celebrity Big Brother, Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, Couple’s Therapy, and Ex on the Beach. Abraham has had a successful run on these types of shows, but she says it might be time for her to do something else. Is she really done with reality TV? Here’s what Farrah Abraham said about her future in reality television.

Why Farrah Abraham joined the cast of Teen Mom

Farrah Abraham | Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images
Farrah Abraham | Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images

Why did Abraham join the cast of Teen Mom? Abraham told Logan Paul on his Impaulsive podcast she wanted to be on Teen Mom so she could demonstrate that young moms can have normal lives after having children:

The reason why I went on Teen Mom was to just show I can overcome some of the things that people think: ‘Oh I have to basically sit at home, not travel, not go out, not do different things.’ And I kind of have always been gung-ho about whatever I want. Sophia has just been along for my opportunities and I support her opportunities. It hasn’t been a conflict. It hasn’t been a bad thing.

Farrah Abraham says she’s over reality television

Abraham reportedly made a decent living from reality television, but it seems like she might not see herself doing reality TV forever. “I really am over reality television. I love production, I love everything of it. I think it’s a true form of bullying, though, when you edit and put together reality television. It makes for funny television; it’s just not always good for everyone. People think I’m a horrible, crazy person from some of the shows,” she told Paul.

Farrah Abraham says she was great on reality TV

 Farrah Abraham, Ashley Martson, Teresa Giudice, and Sarah Hjorthol at Hemp Garden NYC's official New York City launch hosted by Teresa Giudice, Tiffany Mejia, and Younes Bendjima in New York  | Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images
Farrah Abraham, Ashley Martson, Teresa Giudice, and Sarah Hjorthol at Hemp Garden NYC’s official New York City launch hosted by Teresa Giudice, Tiffany Mejia, and Younes Bendjima in New York | Mark Sagliocco/Getty Images

Abraham might be over the reality television scene, but she did tell Paul that she was very good at it. When Paul mentions how scary it is to be open and vulnerable on a reality TV show, Abraham agrees, but also points out that being vulnerable can be a good thing. “It is scary, but I will say this. Vulnerability is power; that’s why I’ve been so great on reality television over the years.”

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