Catelynn Lowell has just come back from treatment after telling her "#Teen Mom OG" fans that she was having suicidal thoughts. Her breakdown was filmed for "Teen Mom OG [VIDEO]" and fans saw how Tyler Baltierra struggled to keep his life together back home. Perhaps he was concerned that Catelynn would be pushed over the edge and actually commit suicide. She returned home just before Christmas but revealed that she needed more treatment. She decided to pursue more professional help after the holidays and recently just returned home. Catelynn has been on the show since the very beginning, even though she gave her daughter up for adoption.

Lowell hasn't dished her thoughts on #Farrah Abraham being fired from the show.

She has been vocal in the past about not agreeing with Farrah's career choices, revealing that she didn't want to be associated with an adult entertainment star. Now that Farrah is gone, Lowell seems ot be very protective of her show and how the producers could fill her spot. According to a new tweet, Catelynn Lowell [VIDEO] is now revealing that she's not open to a new girl.

Catelynn not open to a new girl

On Twitter, Catelynn Lowell revealed that the producers couldn't add a new girl to the cast, as it would lose the whole "OG" idea. "OG" stands for "old girls," meaning her, Farrah Abraham, Maci Bookout and Amber Portwood. For a while, the show was just known as "#Teen Mom," so it's possible that it will be called just "Teen Mom."

There are rumors that the producers have gone after Mackenzie McKee from "Teen Mom 3" to fill Farrah's spot.

Nothing has been announced yet by MTV. There's also a question of whether they will film with Jenelle Evans, as they have fired her husband, David Eason.

Mix-up with other 'Teen Mom 2' girls

Fans of the original girls have ideas as to how the producers should combine the two shows and make one hit show. Some people suggest they should film Maci, Amber, Catelynn, Chelsea, Leah, and Kailyn. However, six people may be a lot of a one-hour show. Another issue is that they would like the shows to be on most of the time and if the girls were to film together, the show could be cut down to just a few times a year. But it's possible that the producers would just keep the three girls and just film more and show more of their stories.

What do you think about Catelynn Lowell not liking the idea of bringing a new girl onto the show, as it would ruin the whole "OG" idea in the title? Do you think the producers will change the name?