'Teen Mom 2' officially replaces Jenelle Evans

In the words of Beyoncé – they can have another you by tomorrow, so don't you ever for a second get to thinking you're irreplaceable. On part three of the Teen Mom 2 Reunion Monday night, Kailyn Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley welcomed Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant star Jade Cline to the Teen Mom 2 family as Jenelle Evans's replacement during their podcast called "Coffee Convos."

Cline shared that, initially, she was nervous to join Teen Mom 2 because "the show had been on so long that I can't believe that they would want me on a show that's been on for, like, ten years with these same people."

Fans are happy to see Evans gone. In fact, they were barely even mentioning her name on Twitter, because they were so excited about Cline joining the cast.

During the special, Cline also shared that the new season will kick off right after her parents were incarcerated for drug use. "In my new season, actually both of my parents were just incarcerated. They've been strung out for, like, so long, and they're like binge addicts to where like they'll binge, and then they'll be okay," explained Cline, who added, "Then it's like a fairytale for, like, a month, like, I have my mom back, I had my mommy." Cline then got emotional as she revealed that it's been "horrible" without her parents because her real dad committed suicide when she was just six months old. "That was the only death I've ever known," said Cline as she apologized through tears. "I feel like my real dad never loved me enough to stay. And now I feel, like, even I have a second chance at a father, and I feel like he never loved me enough to stay clean."

Fortunately, fellow cast members Lowry, Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Baltierra were supportive of Cline during her emotional reveal.

"But I think that even through all of that, it speaks volumes that you didn't go down that path as well. You should really commend yourself for that and know that you're doing everything that you can to be the total opposite of what you were given," said Lowry.