Farrah Abraham has finally revealed her ideal man and it will come as no surprise to her fans
Farrah Abraham has been single for quite a long time now but the reality star knows now what she has been looking for
Farrah Abraham may be single now but she definitely knows the type of man she would love to find one day. The 'Teen Mom' alum showed up solo to the Maxim Hot 100 event at The Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Saturday (July 21) but that was completely fine by her. In conversation with US Weekly, the adult entertainer hinted that if she would date a man, he would probably be a carbon copy of her. “Look, if I could find a clone of me in a man, I’d date him,” she said. “Yes.” Wearing a mini-bodycon dress, Farrah showed off her toned figure. “I’m feeling sexy. I’m feeling really sexy tonight,” she quipped.
Farrah, who previously dated stuntman Aden Shey but split just a week after confirming their romance in March, says that the man need not be a smooth talker in order to win her heart. “I don’t even like pick-up lines,” she said. “I think recently, a guy just like invited me and my daughter to go like boogie board or do something, and it turned out to be an amazing day … We met in person, actually at one of our agencies I work with. I didn’t know him. He didn’t know me. It was just like, OK, let’s just like meet up and go out. And it was just very nice. So we loved it.”
While Farrah may not have any man by her side as of now, she does have a partner to all her red carpet events that she will never let go off and it happens to be her daughter, Sophia. “I didn’t think it was appropriate for Miss Sophia to be here,” she laughed, adding, “Look, I think my daughter’s gorgeous. I think she’s blessed. God’s given her beauty. But this is for adults.”
While Farrah is keeping up appearances, she also had to face the news of MTV replacing her on 'Teen Mom' with Bristol Palin. Farrah was fired from the show after she started working with the adult entertainment industry. While the rest of the cast members from the show were surprised by the decision made by the showrunners, Farrah does not seem to mind that Bristol is joining the cast or anyone else for that matter.
In a statement she made to Page Six via email, Farrah hinted that MTV will never be able to replace her. “MTV has already tried to replace me with another teen mom. It was unsuccessful and now with another teen mom, they can keep trying to replace but there is not a replacement for me [sic], she said.
Despite this, Farrah only had good thoughts for the remaining members. “Bristol and her children safety as [‘Teen Mom’ executive producer] Morgan Freeman is an evil person," she said adding that she was surprised Morgan and Bristol could work together because of their difference in opinions when it comes to politics. As of now, Farrah is happy that she has moved on from the reality show’s “damaging cycle”.