‘Teen Mom’ Star Farrah Abraham Confesses She Will Move to L.A. for Love [AUDIO]
“Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham visited “On Air With Ryan Seacrest,” with baby Sophia on Wednesday, to talk about her plans for life after the show’s season finale next Tuesday. Beside being romantically involved with a member of Ryan‘s radio staff, John Parra, and releasing a book.
On OAWRS Board Operator John Parra:
Farrah revealed to Ryan that she would re-locate to Los Angeles from Omaha, Nebraska for love. However, she did say she wouldn’t kiss Jonathan in studio. “No, I’ll do that in my own private time, like I’m not trying to rush. I will eventually.” Farrah has also been staying with John at his house while she’s been in Los Angeles.
The pair had their second date Tuesday night. “We went to a sushi spot in Chino Hills,” said John. “It was really good,” said Farrah. “Of course, it was delicious. Sophia had fun.” And on John’s family she added, “He has an awesome family. They’re super fun.”
On Life After ‘Teen Mom’ :
“I just hope moving forward they can see who I am now. I would have done a lot differently, mostly with relationships. You know, with Sophia’s dad, with my parents, and I probably wouldn’t have fought so much on TV. I know that makes me look bad, but I’m open and honest, and that’s just what I wanted to do to help others.”
“It’s going to be a great finale of it and I think it was a great show while it lasted with us, and I’m happy to move forward. Cameras will probably still be in my life moving forward, but I’m just happy that I get to show the older side of me now.”
On Her New Book, ‘My Teenage Dream Ended‘:
“I wrote the book so others could see the full story behind just seeing it on TV. Lots of what I wrote about was difficult and I had to re-read the book over and over and over again before we released it, and every time it was like a crazy bundle of emotions. The book is very true to my emotions and I think it’s very therapeutic for others to listen to or read.”
On Sharing The Book With Sophia:
“I talk to [Sophia] about everything, I just take it in a different approach. I know I’m not talking to an adult. I’m talking to somebody who doesn’t know her dad, or I’m talking to somebody who doesn’t really understand some of the bad things that I’ve gone through. And I guess that’s really hard to relay that to a child because Sophia is pretty happy and positive about everything, like even the things that my parents and I have gone through, I just try to separate her from that, but let her know the reality of our relationships. I think that’s important for parents to do with their children.”