'Party Down South 2' Cast News: Is Magan Ladner Quitting The Series To Focus On Life As A New Mom? [PHOTO]

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They were officially picked up for a second season which will begin airing on CMT in just one month's time, but one member of the Party Down South 2 cast could already be missing from the party scene.

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After revealing on the season one after party show that she was pregnant with her boyfriend Chip's baby, there is a chance Magan Ladner could not be a part of the new season--though nothing has been officially confirmed.

After the announcement was made that the show would be back for a second season earlier this month, the official Party Down South Twitter page hinted at the possibility she could not be returning in the new season--something that would undoubtedly upset her new fans.

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"The question is will @Magan_Ladner be on season 2 of #PartyDownSouth2," the tweet read.

Ladner hasn't officially commented on her plans for a future with the show, but even if she doesn't appear on the new season (episodes were likely filmed during her pregnancy) it seems she may not be making plans to quit the show, which she has still promoted on her social media pages, including an image boasting her appearance with the rest of her roommates at an upcoming event in Mississippi.

Ladner gave birth to her daughter, Marley Rose, in February.

However, if she does decide to quit the show, she wouldn't be the only cast member in the franchise's history to leave due to pregnancy. The original Party Down South cast lost Taylor 'Lil Bit' Wright after their second season last year when she chose to quit citing safety concerns--something she later explained exclusively to Enstars.

"Well, I knew there was a possibility that I could be pregnant. And with all the drama and the stress that I went through on season 2 and how I saw people flip-flopping, it was just the time for me where I needed to grow up and make a decision for me, and my safety and mental health, and for my baby if I was really pregnant," she told us back in November. "And that's obviously not an environment you want to be in. I've seen people do it on TV, but that's just not for me."

Party Down South airs Thursdays at 9 p.m. on CMT. Party Down South 2 premieres May 14.

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