Farrah Abraham Wishes Her MTV Special Had Included Footage of Her at Church — Exclusive

Farrah Abraham

Farrah Abraham Wishes Her MTV Special Had Included Footage of Her at Church — Exclusive

Last night, MTV treated us to three back-to-back specials featuring the Teen Mom girls who started it all: Farrah Abraham, Catelynn Lowell, and Amber Portwood. Farrah kicked things off with an inside look at her life post-Teen Mom, and much to our surprise, it wasn't all glitz and glamour and porn conventions…

Sure, Farrah may look like a completely different person thanks to some cosmetic enhancements and an updated wardrobe, but at the end of the day she's just a single mom trying to make a better life for her 5-year-old daughter, Sophia.

So what did Farrah think of her much-hyped catch-up special, Being Farrah?

"I loved[it]," she dished exclusively to Wetpaint Entertainment. "It's a full circle of our life."

However, Farrah did have one critique — she thought the hour-long program could have highlighted her more wholesome, down-to-earth qualities.

"If it showed more I think it would answer more controversies out there," she admitted, alluding to the never-ending gossip surrounding her sex tape with professional porn star James Deen.

When asked which scenes she wished MTV had included, she replied: "At church and family time."

Being Farrah, Part 2? Now that's a sequel we wouldn't object to.

We're not surprised Farrah wanted the cameras to capture her religious life — she's made it clear in recent months that Jesus is totally her homeboy. Not only did she take a vow of celibacy (in hopes of possibly becoming a nun), but she's also working on a "Christian parenting book."

It sounds like Farrah's experiencing a spiritual rebirth and who are we to judge? It's just as God said — thou shalt not hate on celebrities with sex tapes. Or something.

What did you think of Farrah's MTV special on February 23? Weigh in below!

02.24.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Lindsay Dreyer
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