Did Farrah Abraham just tease she's returning to 'Teen Mom'? The reality star talks 'business' and spills a few beans

Farrah Abraham left 'Teen Mom' after MTV and her had differences but it looks the reality star can make a return if she is offered this position.

                            Did Farrah Abraham just tease she's returning  to 'Teen Mom'? The reality star talks 'business' and spills a few beans

Farrah Abraham became a household name after she appeared on 'Teen Mom' series but the show soon turned out to be a nightmare for her which led her to file a lawsuit against MTV. She stated that they had unlawfully terminated her contract but MTV and she finally reached a settlement. However, it looks like Farrah can, in fact, make a return to the show. Speaking to E! when asked if she would return to the "small screen",  Farrah noted that she did not consider television as a "small screen". 

Farrah Abraham attends the Fashion Palette front row during New York Fashion Week: The Shows at Industria Studios on September 7, 2018 in New York City. (Getty Images)

"Is that a small screen? I think it could be big. I think Teen Mom should definitely be taking over YouTube, on the airplane when I'm traveling, all over. Maybe I'll have to work on the distribution and business part, and then I'll come back," she told the outlet. 

Farrah noted that she wasn't close to the stars anymore but was still in touch with the producers. "I'm just blessed to have good relationships with the executives and producers and the people that I first met, so that's great," she said. "But I do wish the other ladies the best. They're trying their hardest."

Farrah Abraham arrives at Hollywood Unlocked Social Impact Brunch Powered By PrettyLittleThing.com at The Sunset Room on June 22, 2019 in Hollywood, California. (Getty Images)

Farrah also hinted that even though she didn't give any legal advice to Jenelle Evans, who was recently fired from Teen Mom, she did have a conversation with her. "Am I allowed? You know, I actually have some big stuff that I promised some executives at Viacom that I would not be talking about that, but I wish all the Teen Mom ladies, Teen Mom especially, all the best," she said. 

She further added, "It's amazing. Maybe I'll be an entertainment lawyer one day. I think I'm great at that." This comes after Farrah recently mentioned that she thought 'Teen Mom' had lost its credibility. She appeared on Jonathan Cheban's Foodgod: OMFG podcast, and spoke about her time on 'Teen Mom'. 

Abraham noted that one of the main reasons for her to make the decision of walking out of the show was because of disagreements that people had with each other. "I don't like TV shows where ego comes or people say this show belongs to you because of me or that you owe me things or I made you", she said. 

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