Farrah Abraham: 'Backdoor Teen Mom' Star Talks Spin-off Show, New Music & Second Novel [EXCLUSIVE]
Reality star Farrah Abraham is a busy girl.
Coming a long way from her days as a cast member on MTV's Teen Mom, the mother-of-one is currently working on new music, in production for her spin-off show, and writing another novel, a follow-up to My Teenage Dream Ended. She is also spending time on her new restaurant that she hopes to open early 2014 in Texas.
Abraham's talked to Enstars Sunday about her upcoming projects.
Commenting on the subject matter behind her new book she said it is about erotic romance and joked, "Fifty Shades of Grey is gonna have their money."
Abraham hopes to further her music career as well. She released earlier in the summer her song Finally Getting Up From Rock Bottom and said the tune was inspired by anti-bullying.
"I feel like a lot of celebrities have to deal with all that criticism and bullying and I figured why not make a song about it that my daughter would love too," she explained.
Abraham's is currently filming her new spin-off show for MTV. Though the network has yet to release official production details or a premiere date for the show, the reality star said her spin-off will show fans her juggling her life as a working mother.
"You can see me being on top of everything. Fans are gonna see me be an adult whether a teen mom, that stigma, and so they'll just see how I am now."
Abraham released a sex tape - Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom - in May and made $1 million from the 70-minute explicit tape, featuring porn star James Deen. The video did so well in the first 12 hours of its debut that it crashed the website it was uploaded onto, Vivid.com. She told Entertainment Tonight that she filmed the porn to boost her self esteem and released a statement saying she was "very pleased with the outcome" of the tape "and to have this opportunity to be an entrepreneur in another unexpected light in my life."
Abraham received some backlash for releasing a sex tape as a teen mother, but said she still stands behind her decision to film the video. Addressing all those who criticized her tape, she said, "You know what, I just say thank you for watching it and hating it and making me who I am because I am successful."
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