One of the best parts of going through your high-school yearbook – apart from being grateful those years are over – is looking at the class predictions and seeing which of your peers lived up to their potential. Did the girl voted Most Likely to Succeed become a CEO or a waitress at Chili’s? Is the Most Popular Guy heading up all the local committees or sitting in his apartment playing World of Warcraft?
The girls from the Teen Mom series have reason to smile when they look at their own yearbooks. Their carefree days and ambitions were put on hold when they became pregnant, and surely some of their peers figured that they were headed for dead-end lives.
Think again! With just a few exceptions, most of the cast is not only surviving but thriving. They’re raising beautiful children, finding love and going to school to get the education they need for successful careers. Not to mention that they have thousands of fans who watch the show religiously and follow their highs and lows on Twitter and Facebook.
So we thought it would be fun to put together some yearbook predictions of our own. Take a look and let us know – which ones do you think will come true?
Farrah Abraham: Most Likely to Be a Food Network Star 1 of 7Now that the original "Teen Mom" series is ending, Farrah will have more time for her many ambitions. Among them: selling her own line of sauces and earning an advanced degree in hospitality so that she can own her own restaurant. But her talent and personality would also make her a natural for a cable cooking show.
Here's what Farrah has to say about her chef dreams!
Jenelle Evans: Most Likely to Make the Swimsuit Issue 2 of 7Jenelle has worked hard - and, yes, gone under the knife - to get into the best shape of her life. She's had professional photos taken, and it's possible she'd entertain magazine offers to earn some extra money.
Here's what Jenelle has said about modeling.
Chelsea Houska: Most Likely to Be Stylist to the Stars 3 of 7Chelsea loves not only looking glam, but helping others look their best too. She's studying to be a stylist - here she is with daughter Aubree as a client! - and hopes to own her own salon soon. With a loyal following and her MTV fame, could Hollywood be far behind?
See Chelsea's best hair shots on her Twitter account.
Leah Messer: Most Likely to Be a Mom Again 4 of 7Leah is a devoted mother to her twins, Aliannah and Aleeah, and a loving wife to new husband Jeremy Calvert. Sadly, she had a miscarriage earlier this year, but once she and Jeremy are a little more settled in their marriage and home (and once their wedding airs on MTV), we suspect it won't be long before the twins have a new sibling.
Here's a sign that Ali and Aleeah are growing up. Could Leah be longing for a new baby?
Catelynn Lowell: Most Likely to Help Other Teens 5 of 7Although many of the other "Teen Moms" are advocates for teen pregnancy prevention, Catelynn is the one who wants to make a permanent career of it. Inspired by her own experience as a birth mom who chose adoption, she's attending college to pursue a dream of adoption counseling, while her fiance, Tyler Baltierra, hopes to open a shelter for abused teens.
Learn more about their efforts on their website.
Kail Lowry: Most Likely to Keep You Smiling 6 of 7The hardworking mom of Isaac is studying to be a dental assistant - she even gets advice from Chelsea's dentist dad! And who knows - she's bright and motivated enough to go on to earn her DDS one day.
What advice did she get from Dr. Houska?
Maci Bookout: Most Likely to Win a Championship 7 of 7The most athletic of the TMs, Maci swings a mean softball bat. She also loves biking and attending sporting events like BMX races. Maybe she'll be inspired to get back in the game one of these days. And if she doesn't - well, her son, Bentley, shows signs of being a sports star too!
See what activity Maci just took up yesterday!
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