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‘Teen Mom 2’ reunion: Jenelle Evans, Nathan Griffith reunite after jail

Jenelle Evans reunites with Nathan Griffith on Teen Mom 2
Jenelle Evans reunites with Nathan Griffith on Teen Mom 2
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The fans of “Teen Mom 2” will be in shock and disbelief on Wednesday night when something that people said wouldn’t happen does. According to Hollywood Gossip on Wednesday, there is a reunion with Jenelle Evans and Nathan Griffith. The adorable reunion of the two, who were apart for 30 days, will melt the hearts of the viewers and remind everyone that this isn’t just a reality show, but a show about living life the best way possible.

Nathan ended up in jail before the birth of their child and it has been a story line on the show. He went to jail as required as it stemmed from a situation in September 2013. Nathan was arrested for a DUI, speeding, driving on the wrong side of the road, resisting arrest and driving with a suspended license. This might have been a blessing in disguise as the reality star looked like he was serious in putting life back together in the sneak peek of “Teen Moms 2.”

Jenelle Evans definitely has had her share of controversy. First there were issues on how the star treated her pets and now people are questioning her parenting skills. The Stir is reporting that people are extremely upset she is using the Bumbo baby seat. A very controversial piece of equipment, the star has been repeatedly attacked on Twitter for using it with her youngest child.

Expect to need a box of tissues for the upcoming episode as it takes an emotional turn when Nathan asks Jenelle about how her pregnancy is going with genuine concern. Apparently someone has been watching movies as their relationship is compared the relationship of Noah and Allie's in "The Notebook."

While the drama of “Teen Mom 2” has fans watching how life works when a child is involved, this week people get the chance to see a blossoming romance once again start. It reminds us all that love knows no boundaries and jail bars are just a minor inconvenience in the big picture.