Couples Therapy is putting some of the most hated reality stars back on television all in the same place, with fake Farrah Abraham, Taylor Armstrong’s tears and Jon Gosselin crying victim, which promises to be the most entertaining season ever.
Farrah’s introduction seemed like one excuse after another, claiming that she was “involved” with James Deen, the guy she shot her XXX video Back Door Teen Mom with, and then she says that she has been abandoned by her “boyfriend” Brian Dawe, who has since come forward to claim that their relationship was a sham and they were planning to fake everything for the VH1 show.
“I’ve been doing this a long time and I’ve seen it all but this is a first for me,” she says about Farrah showing up alone.
Continuing to pretend like she doesn’t know what is going on with Dawe, Farrah cries as she explains what happened.
“I was under the impression that I was coming here with a boyfriend, and completely like disappeared. Doesn’t return my calls or come here so I don’t know, like, where he is or, like, why he isn’t here. And I’m so, like, kind of in shock. I obviously am, like, by myself and everybody has somebody here so I’m kind of, like, sad about it.”
But it’s Taylor Armstrong’s heartbreaking memories of the abuse she suffered at the hands of her late husband, Russell Armstrong, that won’t allow her to fully commit to her fiancé, John Bluher.
Ghostface Killa says he is there for his lady, Kelsey Nykole, but he doesn’t think he needs it and she disagrees, saying: “I don’t feel like what I’m asking for is too much.”
The Real L Word's Whitney Mixter & Sara Bettencourt round out the house and open up a season that is sure to be filled with drama, tears and lots of fights.
Couples Therapy airs on Vh1 Thursdays.