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Farrah Abraham has been sharing her ideas about how one day they will go back to its roots.
When asked if she was ever going to go back to the “small screen”, and for her role in ” Teen Mom OG,” Abraham, 28, told Entertainment Tonight: “that’s not a small screen? I think it would be important to be able to have.”
“I think that the” Teen Mom ” should definitely be the acquisition of YouTube, on the plane, as everything, everywhere,” she said in an interview published on Friday.
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“Maybe I’ll get to work on the distribution of and the business part of it, and then I’ll come back,” she suggested.
Abraham, who has previously revealed that she no longer keeps in touch with her former castmates — noted that she does still have a “good relationship” with the other people who work on the show.
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“I’m blessed to have a good relationship with the executives and the producers and the people who I was meeting for the first time, so that’s great,” she shared. “But I want to be with the other ladies and the best of the best. They are trying their best.”
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For now, Abraham is revealed to the outlet that they have been focusing on is trying to take from her memoir, “My Teenage Dream Ended,” to the silver screen.