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‘Teen Mom 2’ girls filming new scenes because of high demand?

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Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans and the other girls have wrapped their filming for this current season of the show, but it sounds like the cameras are following them around once again. Jenelle is expecting her second child, Chelsea is working on her career, Kailyn is a new mother and Leah is dealing with her daughter’s diagnosis, muscular dystrophy. According to a new Radar Online report published on Jan. 24, “Teen Mom” star Jenelle Evans and the other girls are supposedly filming more scenes for the show.

“Everyone is filming more scenes,” a production insider has revealed. Even the girls have revealed that they are filming. Of course, Jenelle was rumored to get a spin-off show because of her pregnancy, but it sounds like both she and Nathan Griffith have shut down the idea. “Jenelle isn’t getting a spin off,” the source has revealed, adding, “She is filming more scenes but so are all of the rest of the girls. They just don’t really know what it will become, another season or just extra scenes.”

There could be several reasons for them filming the show. It is no secret that fans have responded the best with these girls. "Teen Mom 3" was cancelled because fans didn't connect as well with them. Do you think MTV would do another season of "Teen Mom 2?"

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