Griff - "One Night”
Griff performs "One Night” at the MTV EMA 2021.
S11Reunite with The Moms on a New Season of Teen Mom 2
A rehab journey, tense courtroom battles and wedding fights are all on the table as Leah, Kail, Jade, Briana and Ashley take on 2022 in Season 11 of Teen Mom 2, premiering March 8 at 8/7c.
S8 • E56Gabby Gets the Answers She's After
After her online fling with Snapchat buddy Kendrick had Gabby thinking she was a side chick in mourning, she goes on video chat to confront the real person behind the man she fell for.
S1 • E6Esther Finally Tracks Down Her Online Boyfriend
With a ton of red flags convincing her that her Nigerian boyfriend Theo wasn't the real deal, Esther joins Julie and Oobah in South London, where they confront the man behind the texts.
S1 • E6Ashley Helps Bar Face His Fears
Bar panics when he realizes the only way down from the ropes course is by zip line, but Ashley encourages him not to be afraid.
S1 • E5Mario Meets His Online Lover IRL
When Mario finally meets Hannah, the woman he's been talking to for eight months, he discovers that their relationship is closer than he ever imagined.
S8 • E55EJ's Story Doesn't Add Up
Emma grills EJ about sharing screenshots of her private pics, and Nev and Kamie try to clear up some inconsistencies, but EJ's story has one too many holes.
S1 • E5Ashley Never Wanted to Catch the Farrah Wave
Jade jumps into de-escalation mode after Ashley spars with Farrah over a comment about the Teen Mom: Young + Pregnant moms, and Ashley thanks Jade for helping her control her emotions.
S1 • E4Cory Gives Cheyenne a Call
While Cheyenne and Zach take some well-deserved time out for rest and relaxation, Cory drops a line on Cheyenne's phone and discusses the possibility of joining the vacation.
Behind the 'Gram with GAYLE
GAYLE shares stories about her memorable Instagram posts, including a tale about her friend's puppy, a group photo on the set of her "abcdefu" music video and a throwback pic with JoJo Siwa.
GAYLE - "ur just horny"
GAYLE performs "ur just horny," a tune calling out a guy whose late-night phone calls aren't fooling anyone.