Leah Messer’s relationships have played a large role in her “Teen Mom 2” storylines and it appears they will continue to so in Season 7 of the MTV series, which has yet to be confirmed by the network. Despite rumors her two ex-husbands, Corey Simms and Jeremy Calvert, were planning to part ways with the program, is it now being reported that have no plans to leave the show.
Despite divorcing the 23-year-old “Teen Mom 2” star in June, the Ashley Reality Roundup reports that Jeremy plans to stay on the reality series. A source revealed Jeremy, who shares 2-year-old daughter Adalynn with Leah, will film with MTV “sometime this week.”
As for Leah’s first ex-husband Corey, insiders tell the Ashley he and his wife Miranda have not quit the show. While an insider admits Corey, who shares 5-year-old twins Ali and Aleeah with Leah, and Miranda are not fans of being on the program, they will reportedly not be leaving ahead of the new season. “Right now, they can’t really quit,” said a source. “But they would surely like to leave all the drama that the show brings.”
And while Leah may have ended things on a sour note with Corey and Miranda at the conclusion of “Teen Mom 2" Season 6, it appears her relationship with Jeremy is right on track. Leah recently praised the pipeline engineer online for his co-parenting skills.
Prime Example of Coparenting and doing the RIGHT thing for the little innocent hearts involved!! https://t.co/Vb2vwUUKTO
— Leah D. Messer (@TM2LeahDawn) December 9, 2015
With both of Leah’s former beaus reportedly staying on for another installment of “Teen Mom 2,” her love life plotline is bound to get more complicated. While Leah denied being in a relationship during the Season 6 reunion show, which aired in October, she is said to be dating again. Leah has been linked to father of two and personal trainer T.R. Dues since June. At one point, they were even rumored to be house hunting together.
“Teen Mom 2” was reportedly renewed for Season 7 in September. While it appears fans will have to wait awhile before catching the speculated new season, the original series, "Teen Mom OG," premieres Jan. 4, 2016 on MTV.