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'Teen Mom' pair, Joe Francis try to save their relationships on new season of 'Couples Therapy'

Say it ain't so! Is the most seemingly stable couple ever to come out of the "Teen Mom" franchise ready to call it quits?According to the trailer for the new season of VH1's "Couples Therapy," sweethearts Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra are reconsidering their plans to walk down the aisle this July. The couple, who have been together since middle school, will appear alongside "Girls Gone Wild"
Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra
Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell question their relationship during the new season of "Couples Therapy."Today

Say it ain't so! Is the most seemingly stable couple ever to come out of the "Teen Mom" franchise ready to call it quits?

According to the trailer for the new season of VH1's "Couples Therapy," sweethearts Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra are reconsidering their plans to walk down the aisle this July. The couple, who have been together since middle school, will appear alongside "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis, rapper Flava Flav, Chingy and their significant others. Another MTV reality couple Dustin Zito and Heather Marter of "Real World" will also be featured when the show's third season kicks off on June 12.

"In order to have a healthy relationship, you have to be able to say things that are scary to say," host Dr. Jenn Berman tells the couples in the trailer, sparking some deep conversation between the troubled lovers.

"I don't know if I'm ready to be married," Baltierra admits in one scene, causing both him and fiancee Lowell to break down in tears.

While the young couple's relationship seemed to be in peril during the taping of "Couples Therapy," it appears that appearing on the show has helped them work through some their issues (not to mention garner them an extra 15 minutes of reality TV fame). Baltierra and Lowell have been praising Berman on their Twitter accounts for saving their relationship, but have remained mum on whether or not they still plan to walk down the aisle.

In another dramatic scene from the teaser, Francis tells Berman and his girlfriend, model Abbey Wilson, that the wild videos that made him millions (and may end up getting him thrown back in the slammer for up to five years) weren't as bad as everyone made them out to be.

"If the girls in 'Girls Gone Wild' felt exploited, I wouldn't be able to sleep at night," Francis insists in the trailer.

From the crazy confessions, intense counseling sessions (that include baseball bats!) and an apparent medical emergency, it looks like viewers are in for the most dramatic season of "Couples Therapy" yet.

The show premieres June 12 at 10 p.m. on VH1.