Farrah Abraham opens up about a ‘secret’ stand-up gig

Farrah Abraham


Farrah Abraham talks to Howie Mandel.

Farrah Abraham tells Howie Mandel about her ‘secret’ experience with stand-up.

in a (n Interview with Mandel uploaded to YouTube on April 7, 2022, asked Mandel if Abraham had done stand-up comedy before. She replied, “I had a comic that took me to do something mysterious unannounced just to see what the crowd would do.”

Abraham did not reveal the comic’s name, but said she was performing, and the untitled comic picked up the part. “He said that basically it’s like women standing up and cheering me on and men laughing.”

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Abraham continued, “So I figured even if I failed at comedy, I could be really good at Ted Talks. Either way, I’ll try.”

During the interview, Abraham also mentioned that at one point she fell asleep at a comedy club. Mandel replied, “I don’t even understand what you’re talking about.” Abraham continued, saying that she learned a lot from other comics.

“How do you learn from sleeping?” asked Mandel.

Here’s what you need to know:

Abraham recently completed a residency at a trauma treatment center

On March 1, 2022, Abraham informed her followers that she was entering a trauma treatment center. “There’s really no telling,” she said. “I will be taken to treatment for trauma – a trauma treatment center – for 28 days.”

She continued, “I’m taking my time to heal. I’ve been ignoring people for over 11 months after being sexually assaulted and my whole body broke down, my whole brain broke down.”

Abraham concluded, “Regardless of your trauma — whether it’s physical or mental, people see it or not — I wanted to take the time to say that I’m grateful to my family for helping me this year after one of my traumas I have the hardest years left.”

Abraham talks about a career in comedy

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Upon exiting the treatment center, Abraham was interviewed by TMZ. Asked about their experience at the treatment center, Abraham shared, “I would say my experience at the trauma treatment center was life changing. Not only did it make my year, it made my life.”

Abraham said that during her time there she learned to “break through deadlocks and trauma so that’s how I become more resilient.”

When asked what her new career moves were, Abraham said, “Comedy!”

The former 16 & Pregnant star said she aspires to be a stand-up comedian. “I’m meeting Howie Mandel tomorrow,” she added.

This was reported by The Ashley’s Reality Roundup that Mandel is helping Abraham write material for her stand-up debut, but that has yet to be confirmed.

As for her, Abraham seems to be leaning towards motherhood. “I’m just going to keep it very Teen Mom, very Mom,” she said. “I’m a mom like no other, so it’s not hard for me to have fun. And I have [Attention Deficit Disorder] So, you know, I’m usually the funny one and people make fun of me, so it’s easy, you know? I’m happy with it.”

Abraham said therapy through comedy is “everything” and she’s looking forward to performing on stage, which will allow her to overcome her “fear of people.”

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