Former 'Teen Mom OG' star Farrah Abraham returns to MTV with ex-boyfriend Simon Saran for new show
It has been eight long months since Abraham left 'Teen Mom OG' for a career in adult entertainment, but now, she's ready to make her comeback to the network for a new show
Farrah Abraham is making her comeback to MTV in the most unexpected of ways. It's been eight long months since Abraham left 'Teen Mom OG' for a career in adult entertainment, but now, the reality TV star is ready to make her comeback to the network for a new show, and she makes the comeback with her ex-boyfriend Simon Saran in tow.
Abraham will join Saran for the second season of the popular MTV reality show 'Ex On The Beach', along with a slew of other reality television stars like Chad Johnson from 'The Bachelorette' and Angela Babicz from 'The Challenge' for the awkwardness that is sure to ensue.
According to MTV, the show is nothing but a "social experiment" for celebrity singles who 'think they’re running away to a tropical island" until their exes show up. And even though we know that Abraham has been roped in for her flair for creating drama and confusion, the reality star apparently had another purpose for joining the show.
"I’m looking forward to finding love on MTV soon, again," she said at the MTV VMAs, even though she hadn't disclosed the name of the show she would be starring in at the time. "I don’t want a side piece, whatever that is," she added.
Abraham, who is clearly the type to go for longtime relationships, dated Saran for two years before splitting in April 2017. After him, she was in a relationship with Hollywood stuntman Aden Stay, which too expired in March this year. The star's relationship with Saran was her first serious commitment since the tragic death of the father to her child Sophia, Derek Underwood.
She wrote that Underwood, who died in an unfortunate car accident while Farrah was still pregnant in 2008, was her "first love, [her] only true love" in her 2012 autobiography, 'My Teenage Dream Ended'. However, fans of the reality star are quite convinced that the single mom will surely be able to find love in the future, whenever that is.
For now, Abraham's fans are thrilled that the reality TV star is finally returning to their TV screens, after her decision to leave 'Teen Mom OG' made headlines. She had been with the franchise from 2009 to 2018 and, at the time, Abraham had slammed Viacom and the show's executive producer Morgan J. Freeman, for giving her an ultimatum between the show and adult entertainment.
The TV star had claimed that Viacom "wrongfully terminated her employment because she did not conform to gender stereotypes," according to court documents obtained at the time.