16 & Pregnant News
Farrah Abraham had "a wake up call" after a botched plastic surgery procedure on her lips, but it apparently wasn't enough to stop her from going under the knife again.
Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra are ringing in the new year with a baby.
Teen Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry has given birth to her second child, a baby boy she and husband Javi Marroquin named Lincoln Marshall Marroquin.
Amber Portwood has admitted she recently attempted suicide.
"16 & Pregnant" star Whitney Purvis admits her theft of a pregnancy test landed her in a Georgia jail, but says she's not pregnant a second time.
Ready or not, MTV's 16 and Pregnant star Jordan Ward will soon be a mother of two.
Kim Kardashian and Amber Portwood apparently aren't fans of each other.
MTV has announced that 16 and Pregnant will return with nine new second-season episodes beginning Tuesday, October 26 at 10PM ET/PT.
MTV has announced it has ordered Teen Mom, a spinoff of its 16 & Pregnant reality series that will continue to follow four young moms as they struggle with the challenges of their first year of motherhood.
MTV announced it has renewed 16 & Pregnant for a second season and will also air a first-season finale special hosted by Celebrity Rehab's David "Dr. Drew" Pinsky.
- 'The Bachelor' couple Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff call off engagement and split!
- 'Teen Mom 2' star Jenelle Evans turns herself into police, charged with domestic violence
- Family source says Bobby Brown will "never" take daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown off life support
- '19 Kids & Counting's return reportedly very unlikely due to Josh Duggar molestation scandal
- 'The Bachelorette's Clint Arlis and JJ Lane not gay despite steamy "Brokeback Bachelor" promo clip
- 'The Biggest Loser' fifth-season winner Ali Vincent ties the knot
- Kylie Jenner confirms she is not pregnant!
- 'Teen Mom 2' star Jenelle Evans reportedly assaulted ex-fiance Nathan Griffith and arrest warrant is out
- Bruce Jenner responds to wrongful death lawsuit saying victim's stepkids have no right to sue