'Teen Mom 2' Cancelled After Season 8: Kailyn Lowry Bids Her Fans Goodbye On Her Latest Memoir
"Teen Mom 2" fans are freaking out as the show is bound to end after its 8th season. Though it was not yet officially announced by the show runners, one of the "Teen Mom 2" cast hinted that the long-running series is about to end.
Kailyn Lowry from "Teen Mom 2" is one of the most controversial cast members. Along with Lowry is Jenelle Evans, Leah Messer, and Chelsea Houska. The young mothers from "16 and Pregnant" received their fame through "Teen Mom 2," a show that gave their fans, and haters alike. Each "Teen Mom 2" cast member are already starting to live their individual lives, as most of them have decided to shy away from the limelight. Jenelle Evans is expecting her third child with David Eason, while Leah Messer and Chelsea Houska remained mum in regards to their personal lives.
After 8 seasons, speculations emerged that "Teen Mom 2" will finally bid their fans good-bye as the girls will move forward with their own lives and do their own thing. Kailyn Lowry hinted that "Teen Mom 2" is up for cancellation as she mentioned that the show is finally coming to an end. Lowry is bound to release her third book this month according to The Hollywood Gossip.
"Now, especially with the show coming to an end, it's time for my accomplishments to stand out," Lowry wrote in her memoir. "I want to show everyone that even though I grew up like white trash and got knocked up at seventeen, I can get a Bachelor's degree and raise children who blow people away with their manners, wit, and intelligence."
Kailyn Lowry was loathed by viewers as she is said to be selfish and immature. Lowry also had her fair share of rumors as it was previously reported that she shared a lesbian relationship after her break up with Javi Marroquin. In her book, however, Kailyn cleared out that she is determined to have a fresh start after the series would end as she is willing to get a degree and raise her children.
"When we set long-term goals, we have no way of knowing how those goals will fit into our lives years down the line. When I had a child at age seventeen, I made it my mission to defy everyone's expectations and rise above the statistics and stigmas that are stacked against me. Since 2010 I've been on TV, and my struggles have been my identity."