If you were upset over the fact that Farrah Abraham wouldn't be part of the 'Teen Mom' spinoff show, 'Teen Mom OG,' you're about to receive the greatest news. According to US Weekly, she will be officially rejoining her former co-stars, Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell and Maci Bookout, and she's totally excited.

She said, "There’s going to be lots of excitement from the 'Teen Mom' fans and MTV’s fan base as well, so I’m excited to be back!"

Producers reportedly asked Farrah to return to the show after they'd done the initial recording with the other three cast members and felt an integral storyline was missing. The show's creator, Lauren Dolgen, said, "We had shot a couple of story lines and there is something about having that fourth story to counterbalance — there’s just a magic to four stories and four different points of view.”

While Farrah is totally onboard and excited about filming the upcoming series, the rest of the cast reportedly wasn't too happy with the decision. But Farrah says she has every intention of moving past any feuds, saying, "I’m just hoping that [the cast is] better off, and they’re doing well because I know personally I’m providing for my daughter, making my future as best as I can as well."

Farrah goes on to say that her ultimate decision to return to the show comes from wanting to do what's best for her daughter, Sophia. She said, "I think it was important because I mean just weighing out the options and my future for my daughter. I think 'Teen Mom' is important for the children and their futures."

What do you guys think? Excited to see Farrah back on television? Let us know!