Bring on the grandmama drama.
When the cast of “Teen Mom Family Reunion” invited their mothers to join Season 2 of the MTV spinoff, they never expected the group of grandmas to unleash on each other in an all-out brawl.
“There was, like, multiple things in one night, and it just turned into a clusterf–k!” Jade Cline tells Page Six exclusively during a virtual junket.
“It wasn’t just, like, one incident,” adds the 25-year-old, whose mother, Christy, was present for the mess — although seemingly not a part of it.
“It was like a domino effect, if that makes sense.”
As seen in a preview for the series’ sophomore installment, Briana DeJesus’ mother, Roxanne, shouts at Ashley Jones’ mother, Tea, “Your daughter’s a bully!”
In response, Tea, a pastor, yells back, “I’m coming for your motherf–king ass!”
While the sequence of events remains unclear, Jones, 25, is captured spitting on DeJesus, 28, amid a heated verbal exchange. Jones notably shoots her saliva at DeJesus after the latter tells the former to “suck my d–k.”
Things appear to nearly get physical between the mix of young mothers and grandmothers, as security guards and members of production step in to de-escalate the situation.
Roxanne and Tea were at odds due to their famous daughters’ ongoing Instagram feud. After the “Teen Mom” ladies made a pact not to attack each other online by the end of “Family Reunion” Season 1, Jones continued to bash DeJesus on the internet.
Additionally, Jones and Tea have beef with “Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant” star Kiaya Elliott and Elliott’s mother, Tiffany — also due to social media discord incited by Jones.
Elliott, 19, teases to Page Six that she and her mom are involved in the onscreen fracas with Jones and Tea as well.
“It’s a shame because I would have never expected things to go that way or for people to have that much hate or resentment toward certain people or just be so inconsiderate to people’s feelings,” she says.
“That’s the part that hurt my feelings the most, because I feel like we are all in this together and we should have stuck together. And we did not do that. I feel like we were all letting each other down in a way.”
However, with the help of life coach Dr. Cheyenne Bryant — aka “Coach B” — Elliott explains that the “Teen Moms” and their mothers were able to make substantial, albeit temporary, progress during filming.
“We got it together after a little minute, though … and we did a whole bunch of activities and forgot about [the fight],” Elliott shares. “We made a whole bunch of new memories that top that one bad memory. So, [I’m] very grateful for the experience.”
Franchise OG Maci Bookout — whose mother, Sharon, was unable to attend the Oregon getaway — tells us that she did her best to avoid any middle-aged melees.
“You know, at first I was like, ‘I’m going to stay over here because I don’t want to get my ass whipped today,’” Bookout, 31, says with a laugh.
When everyone was getting along, though, Bookout delighted in getting to know her co-stars’ moms.
“Honestly, I don’t even like to think about the fight or talk about the fight. I had so much fun getting to know everyone’s mom,” she says. “And I feel like I really could understand the girls and … why they are the way they are or how they became who they are as women.”
Bookout elaborates, “I absolutely love all of their moms. They were a mom to me by day three. So, it was great.”
“Teen Mom Family Reunion” Season 2 — also starring Catelynn Lowell, Amber Portwood, Cheyenne Floyd and Kayla Sessler — premieres Tuesday, Jan. 3, at 8 p.m. ET on MTV.