Farrah isn't messing around!
Teen Mom OG has been back for a month now, but Monday night's new episode finally brought the drama that made the franchise a hit in the first place.
That's because Farrah Abraham finally made her return to the MTV docu-series after originally being omitted from the reboot.
But her comeback wasn't the best thing about the episode — the 23-year-old was very matter-of-fact with the business side of the reality series, and even called the show out for using her!
[ Photos: Farrah & The Teen Mom Cast At The MTV Movie Awards! ]
Her behind-the-scenes approach to her edit was uniquely entertaining and the broken fourth wall was a welcomed change to the genre.
We have to hand it to her, all of her points were pretty spot-on.
Ch-ch-check out Farrah and Sophia's emotional return to Teen Mom (above)!!!
This should prove to be super informative!
We cannot imagine what Kim Richards has been going through since her arrest on Thursday, but she's about to shed some light on her recent battles.
The Real Housewife is set to sit down with Dr. Phil to share her side of her Beverly Hills Hotel incident.
Kim has had a very public problem with alcohol in the past, so hopefully talking it out with the good doctor will be the help she needs!
In a sneak peek of next week's episode, Kim comments on her addiction, saying:
If you're a fan of Renée Fleming, then you will love Living On Love, the new Broadway play about an aging opera singer starring the real life opera singer.
Fleming is making her Broadway debut with the comedy, which seems to have been created as a starring vehicle for her. Unfortunately, this is no Master Class.
Fleming's singing voice, which she gifts the audience in snippets throughout the play, is a force of nature. Unfortunately, this show fails to come anywhere near her brilliance as a vocalist.
And, since she's not given the best material to work with, Fleming does not shine the way she should!
She's funny and endearing, but playwright Joe DiPietro paints her character so broad and cartoonish that she's too over-the-top and the audience doesn't root for her. The same could be said of her husband in the show, the usually superb Douglass Sills, who in Living On Love is trying so hard! Too hard! He's overcompensating for a fine but far from great script.
There are moments of greatness - and truly funny insider jokes - but those are not enough to make this overly familiar and rather generic show feel as special as it needs to be!
It's sad to see a family get torn apart, but at least the kids went to the parent who cared enough to show up…
Rachel Roy and her ex-husband Damon Dash had been in a heated custody battle after both sides accused the other of being unfit parents.
Damon claimed that the fashion designer once drove drunk with a child in the car, whereas Rachel claimed her ex openly smoked marijuana in front of their daughters.
The couple had been maried from 2005 to 2009, but Rachel was finally awarded custody of Ava, 15, and Tallulah, 6, on Monday.
While Kourtney Kardashian was busy being pregnant with Scott Disick's third child, he was a bit preoccupied with noticing how the baby belly changed their sex lives.
In a deleted scene from Sunday night's new episode of Keeping Up with The Kardashians, Khloé asked Scott if he liked sleeping with Kourt while she was pregnant with Reign.
[ Video: Scott Wants To Shave Kourtney's Lady Parts On KUTWK! ]
Not at all!
In fact, he refers to sex with Kourtney as 'real bad.'
Ch-ch-check out the cringe-worthy moment (below)!!!
This is just so sad.
Cissy Houston, Bobbi Kristina's grandmother, says that the 22-year-old has "irreversible brain damage."
The mother of the late Whitney Houston told TMZ Monday:
"I have just returned from visiting my granddaughter Bobbi Kristina in the hospital and while she is no longer in a medically induced coma she has a tracheotomy and according to the doctors she has global and irreversible brain damage and remains unresponsive."
Cissy's comments are direct opposition to those made my Bobby Brown, Bobbi Kristina's dad.