Farrah Abraham is unsurprisingly open to starring on a "Teen Mom" spinoff.

The 25-year-old reality star revealed in an interview with In Touch Weekly that she'd be interested in her own series if the right project came along.

"I think it's finding the right spinoff," Abraham said.

"I don't know what would be the perfect way for me to get the full effect of Farrah -- so many shows only show bits and pieces and they won't really show who I am and everything that I can do."

"I think when that certain project or opportunity brings itself, then I would definitely do it, but I don't want a show that's stagnant or, like, a talk show -- that gets boring," she added.

Abraham came to fame on the MTV series "16 and Pregnant" before starring on "Teen Mom."

She has also appeared on the TV special "Being Farrah" and the reality shows "Couples Therapy" and "Celebrity Big Brother," as well as starred in a widely-released sex tape.

"I've been beating out [Kim Kardashian] on a lot of things," the star said on The Nik Richie Podcast in March. "I think I've surpassed her in some aspects."

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"Then again, I conduct myself and my brand in a different way and my life [is] a very different journey. I think I'm doing very well, if not better," she added.

Abraham, who is mom to 7-year-old daughter Sophia, returned on "Teen Mom" Season 7 in August.

The series co-stars Maci Bookout, Catelynn Lowell and Amber Portwood, and airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET.