'Teen Mom' Maci Bookout on Returning to TV In 'Being Maci': "Everything Has Changed"

'Teen Mom' star Maci Bookout talks about her upcoming MTV special "Being Maci" and how her life has changed thanks to son Bentley.

'Teen Mom' star Maci Bookout talks about her upcoming MTV special "Being Maci" and how her life has changed thanks to son Bentley.

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And just when you thought you’d never get an update from Maci Bookout!

After much anticipation for fans to catch up with the Teen Mom fan favorite, MTV awarded viewers with news that the former reality star would appear in her own hour-long special, entitled Being Maci, airing tomorrow at 10pm on MTV.

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With just one day to wait, it will be interesting to see what’s been going on in the life of the mother to four-year-old Bentley Edwards.

After a reality TV hiatus, In Touch caught up with Maci as she teased us with what to expect Sunday night. “I’m still in school and I’m at a point now where I’m actually trying to figure out what career moves I want to make,” she shares exclusively with the mag. “So you’ll be able to see all of that in the special and just kind of see how much different it is now that I’m older and I’m not seventeen anymore. It’ll be a lot different than what everyone’s used to seeing.”

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So why did Maci return to TV? For her fans, of course!

“Everyone was so interested in what me and Bentley were up to, what we had been doing and it seemed like a fun opportunity to show (my fans) how much Bentley had grown and how much I have grown,” the young mom says. “Bentley is about to be five. I just turned twenty-two. We’re not little kids anymore so I thought it would be very interesting for everyone to see what we’ve been up to and how much everything has changed.”

Although Being Maci isn’t slated to become a full series, the redheaded beauty is keeping her options open when it comes to returning to TV.

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“I never say never,” she hints. “But Being Maci is going to be it for a while at least, so you need to enjoy it while it’s there!”

Trust us, we’ll be tuning in!

Be sure to watch Being Maci when it airs tomorrow night (8/18) at 10pm on MTV – and for our full exclusive interview with Maci, pick up the new issue of In Touch, on newsstands Wednesday!

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