Farrah Abraham joins VH1's 'Couples Therapy' despite being single
Farrah Abraham is reportedly joining the new season of "Couples Therapy," even though she has been single for quite a while now. After failing to get on last season because she didn't have a boyfriend, Abraham apparently convinced producers that they should focus instead on why she can't keep a relationship alive.
Radar Online has the news, which has not yet been confirmed by VH1 or Abraham. But Abraham has not been very secretive about the fact that she is filming a new project. The "Couples Therapy" report claims that Abraham's stint on the show will focus on why she can't keep a boyfriend.
"Farrah is definitely appearing on the next season of VH1's 'Couples Therapy.' She was desperate to be on it last season, but since she couldn't get anyone to go on it with her, Catelynn [Lowell] and Tyler [Baltierra] from 'Teen Mom' were cast instead," the source says. "Well, she still can't find anyone to go on the show with her so they are allowing her to appear solo! Basically they are going to bring people from her past -- family, friends, ex-boyfriends -- to help her understand why she can't make any of her relationships work and they fail."
"Couples Therapy" is slated to premiere on VH1 in 2014.