"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans is reportedly not happy about the show's newest cast member. Last week it was revealed that former "Teen Mom 3" star, Briana DeJesus, was seen filming, and that Briana was set to join the cast of the MTV series along with Jenelle, Kailyn Lowry, Leah Messer, and Chelsea Houska, when Season 8 debuts later this year. However, filming may be a halt for at least one of the Reality TV moms, as Jenelle is allegedly furious about Briana joining the cast.

Jenelle Evans refusing to film?

According to OK! Magazine, Jenelle Evans is refusing to comment about Briana DeJesus allegedly joining the cast of "Teen Mom 2." However, she's been very vocal with MTV.

Evans revealed that the network wanted her film her reaction to Briana's entrance into the show, but Jenelle shot them down and flat out told them no.

However, Jenelle isn't the only one who is allegedly confused by DeJesus joining the show. Fans are said to be reeling after reports surfaced online that the "Teen Mom 3" star would be headed to "Teen Mom 2." Fans were wondering why MTV would decide to make such a move when the show is already doing so well. In fact, it almost has more drama than it can handle, and with Briana's dramatic life entering the mix, the show may need to be extended to 90 minute episodes just to keep up with all five of the women.

So much drama

As many fans may know, Briana DeJesus originally appeared on MTV's "16 and Pregnant," and was later cast on "Teen Mom 3" with Katie Yeager, Mackenzie Douthit, and Alexandria Sekella.

The show only lasted for one season before the network pulled the plug, but some fans have kept up with the stars since the series ended.

Mackenzie now has three children, Katie is pregnant with her second child, and Briana is also expecting another little bundle of joy. Perhaps Briana's pregnancy coupled with the possibility of major baby daddy drama may be why MTV wanted to incorporate her into the "Teen Mom 2" for Season 8. However, it seems that not everyone is on board with the reported move.