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We’ve really enjoyed spending so much time recently with our Teen Mom 2 gals Jenelle Evans, Kailyn Lowry, Leah Messer, and Chelsea Houska thanks to the show’s addictive fifth season. And now MTV has officially confirmed that we’ll get to catch up with Farrah Abraham, Catelynn Lowell, and Amber Portwood when our favorite original flavor Teen Moms all get their own specials! How lucky are we?!

Viewers were already gifted with an OG Teen Mom special for Maci Bookout called Being Maci, which aired back in August 2013. And we’ve long speculated that the other three Teen Mom stars were getting their own specials — Catelynn even announced hers on Twitter just last week. But now we’re officially getting the air dates straight from the MTV execs’ mouths!

Entitled Being Catelynn, Being Amber, and Being Farrah, each of the one-hour documentary specials will “offer a glimpse into all three young ladies’ worlds as they struggle with new responsibilities.”

For Amber, those responsibilities include finding a way to reconnect with her daughter, Leah, after recently being released from jail. Meanwhile, Catelynn is toughing it out after cancelling her engagement to boyfriend Tyler Baltierra (say it isn’t so!). But set those fears to rest: As avid followers of the adorable Michigan couple’s social media accounts, we can assure you that they’re still going strong!

As for Farrah, we sort of know what she’s been up to, thanks to her recent stint on VH1’s Couples Therapy. The 22-year-old’s hour is said to focus on her life now that she’s finally separated herself from her mother. She'll also be “dealing with her controversial choice to make an adult entertainment film.”

Tune to MTV on Sunday, February 23 to see all three specials air back-to-back. Being Farrah airs first at 8 p.m. ET, followed by Being Catelynn at 9 p.m. ET, and finally, Being Amber at 10 p.m. ET.

Will you tune in to see what your old favs are up to? Tell us in the comments below.

Source: MTV

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