It's the news Farrah Abraham fans have been waiting for. If her tweet is to be believed, the Teen Mom-turned-porn star may be finally getting her own show. "Filming is no joke 24/7," she wrote. And while this new TV gig in the works may be good for her wallet, it won't be good for every other aspect of her life.
More reality TV fame will only continue her downward spiral. In the last year or so, it seems as though Farrah has confused fame with notoriety. Life was hard enough as a regular teen mom -- her baby's father died before she gave birth -- but she also had a turbulent relationship with her mom. Though the most troubling aspect of her world was of her own choosing. Her low-budget porn flick Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom was a disgrace, to say the least.
Sure, she's proud now of the path she has taken today, but I can't imagine she'll be boasting about it in 10 years. How will she feel if her daughter Sophia wants to follow in her footsteps? But she is unlikely to see the error of her ways as long as she stays on this reality fame train. She says the new show is "something educational, cultural, so people can really see what my life is about and what I want to change about it and how great of a person I really try to be."
But filming 24/7, as she described, can't be good for her child. She also uploaded a Keek video asking, "What if you were being filmed 24/7, what would happen to you? I think I've been handling it pretty well for over a week now, and I have to say it's been a struggle." I bet. It takes a lot of maturity (and proper priorities in place) to try to strike a balance between work and family.
If this young mom is ever gonna get the reality check she needs and start focusing on her daughter, the cameras need to go away. Until then, it makes for damn good TV. After all, everyone loves a train wreck.
What do you hope to see on Farrah's new show?