Category: Jade Cline

Jenelle will be replaced on Teen Mom 2 by Jade Cline from Young & Pregnant REPORT

MTV announced earlier today that Jenelle Eason will not be on the upcoming season of Teen Mom 2 after her husband David Eason beat their French bulldog before then shooting and killing her last week. But, it seems the network was planning for Jenelle’s potential departure, and they already had her replacement lined up!

Teen Mom Young and Pregnant renewed for another season by MTV

The cast of Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant said their good-byes to each other on social media after the current Reunion was recorded in November, and at the time they openly wondered if it was going to be their last time filming together. Apparently it wasn't as MTV has reportedly renewed the series for another season despite its struggles in the ratings!

TEEN MOM Jade Cline’s grandma Lori diagnosed with cancer, Jade starts GoFundMe campaign

As viewers of Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant are well aware, star Jade Cline is very close to her grandmother Lori, who has been one of very few people that Jade can consistently turn to for advice and support. Needless to say, Jade was devastated to find out Lori was diagnosed with cancer earlier this month. Due to Lori's mounting medical bills, Jade has launched a GoFundMe campaign in hopes of raising money to help her grandma cover the cost of her treatment so far, as well as her upcoming surgery next week.

TEEN MOM Jade Cline has lost 25 pounds, dresses as sexy nun for Halloween

Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant star Jade Cline shared an Instagram post before Monday night's episode and revealed that she has lost almost 30 pounds since the episode was filmed! In addition to a brief video clip highlighting her trim tummy, Jade also showed off her weight loss by donning a naughty nun costume for Halloween. Keep reading to see the photo and video, plus read Jade's comments on how she shed the pounds and what her goal weight is.

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