The "Teen Mom OG" cast moved away from drama a while ago. The dispute between mothers Farrah Abraham and Amber Portwood caused a scene, but when the cameras cut, their anger cooled. As Abraham teased fans with her diamond ring, Portwood launched promo for her boutique Forever Haute. The women looked healthy and happy in their Instagram photos, but one video deviated from the norm. Before Portwood posted a montage of advertisement, she showcased her musical playroom. Has she already developed the beginnings of a musical career?

Portwood and Baier pregame activity

Two days ago, Portwood uploaded a recording of her, Baier, and the legends. Stars such as: Courtney Love, Tommy Lee, Cyndi Lauper, and Paul McCartney's signatures littered the couple's walls. Even a faded autograph of Marilyn Monroe graced their iconic room. Portwood captioned, "All of our signed memorabilia for our office/music room!! As many of you guys know music has my heart! Sending love everyone." Before she and Baier watched a football game, Baier shouted, "Don't forget! Tomorrow night: go Patriots!" His shout-out worked well; last night, the Patriots defeated the Steelers. Nothing could beat the power of performance, after all.

Portwood and Baier's subliminal message?

Portwood and Baier were busy during "Teen Mom" Season 6. Last year was just the beginning, though. With the announcement of both autobiography Matt Baier and store Forever Haute, the celebrities were too focused on their newfound projects. What's going to happen next? While Portwood and Baier never talked about hit singles and record labels, they managed to achieve their dreams.

The pair fought low self-image, mental illness, and addiction. Throughout their relationship, they conquered negativity from all angles. Portwood and Baier challenged the world's viewpoint with their successes, so who could defeat them now? Like John Steinbeck once wrote, "Somewhere in the world there is a defeat for everyone. Some are destroyed by defeat, and some made small and mean by victory. Greatness lives in one who triumphs equally over defeat and victory."