It looks like Matt Baier may get another shot at dating Teen Mom OG cast mate Farrah Abraham. She’ll be starring in a brand new MTV dating reality series, in which she will date fans after connecting via social media.
The show is called Love Socially and is actually an MTV UK production which will also feature single Geordie Shore hotties Marnie Simpson, Chloe Ferry, and Scotty T. “The new show is called Love Socially,” Farrah dished to Us Weekly. “It’s based with MTV UK and International, so a division of Teen Mom. [It will be filmed] in Australia, London and four other countries with four other celebrities.”
Here is a production description of the show:
Hugely ambitious and ground breaking series for MTV. 6 celebrities search worldwide for their ideal date / partner via the power of social media. Who knows where the celebrities will end up? Will they find love? All the dates return to a fixed rig house, will they find “the one”.
“They will use their social media accounts as their own dating agent, and offer out dates to their fans,” a source revealed to The Sun about the show, in an article about Marnie joining the cast. “Any of their followers, anywhere in the world, will be able to potentially go on a date with Marnie. She could end up dating any of her fans — but that means she will have to be single.”
Here is a photo of Marnie Simpson (left) with Geordie Shore and Love Socially co-star Chloe Ferry:
Teen Mom fans got a taste of what a Farrah Abraham dating reality series might be like on last week’s Teen Mom OG after show, which featured three eligible bachelors vying for Farrah’s heart (and maybe other parts). The after show was openly mocked by Farrah’s significant other Simon Saran, who used the word “FAKE” too many times to count in his numerous reactions on Twitter.
Speaking of Simon, he and Farrah just got back from a romantic trip to Jamaica where he treated her to a lovely, romantic dinner for her 26th birthday:
When asked about the seemingly obvious active romantic relationship with Simon, Farrah told Us Weekly: “We’re not together…I think people just got confused by me celebrating my birthday also in Jamaica which, oh well, I had a romantic dinner! B!tches were jealous!”
Clearly, Teen Mom OG producers are kind of stuck with Simon calling out production for fake story lines, but I cannot imagine they are going to let him keep laughing off reports that he and Farrah aren’t dating and still feature Farrah in a dating reality series. Right?!
It’s unclear when filming on Love Socially will begin, or how fans will be able to “apply” to date Farrah via social media. Also unclear is whether or not the show will be televised in the US initially. Stay tuned — we will be sure to update when we know more.