The MTV face whose side gigs include everything from her Lauribelles clothing collaboration to being the celebrity face of weight-loss plan Profile Sanford appeared in a new photo on Thursday – 28-year-old Chelsea was in promo mode for Profile Sanford, and she was 100% showing the benefits of it as she chilled on her back porch with a piña colada shake.
Seen below, Chelsea’s photo showed her chilled and relaxed as she sat cross-legged on a wicker chair while enjoying a piña colada shake from Profile Sanford. The redhead’s shapely and super-toned legs were fully bare as she rocked teeny tiny and barely-visible blue shorts – if you know Chelsea, you’ll have spotted the graphic tee and distressed print vibe as she also wore reflective aviator shades, plus messy, tied-back hair with a headband.
Those super-bronzed legs were taking center stage, though – Chelsea was also barefoot as she clutched her beverage.
A caption from Chelsea read: “Nice days like this call for a Pina Colada Profile shake on the back porch ☀️
? if you like Pina Coladas, then go to the link in my bio *.”
Racking up over 20,000 likes in under 30 minutes, the post definitely got noticed – and so did the killer tan.
“Hey gurrrrl! #ad that tan you got going on,” one fan wrote.
“Do you spray tan?? What brand do you use?” another asked. A “pretty golden tan” also worked its way into the comments section as fans also remarked on the stylish decor, plus Chelsea’s killer body.
Chelsea’s post was a paid partnership – the most-followed “Teen Mom” on Instagram has 5.7 million followers. Pay on the platform directly correlates with following, something that experts at Vox have broken down. Bear in mind, the figures are estimates.
“Influencers with up to 1 million followers can get $10,000 [per post], depending on the platform, and 1 million followers and up, you’re getting into territory where they can charge $100,000. Some can even get $250,000 for a post!”
Speaking to Profile Sanford, Chelsea outlined that she’d been insecure about her post-baby body at times, also stating that she didn’t pay too much attention to her nutrition after welcoming first daughter Aubree.
“I definitely don’t want to come across as ‘you had a baby, you need to lose weight. This is an option for people. It’s making healthy choices. It’s a lifestyle change, and it’s something I’m proud to be a part of,” she said.
“Once you get through the first couple weeks, it’s easy,” she continued adding: “Now it’s instilled in my choices,” she said. “It’s not like I choose a bowl of pasta now. I always choose the healthier option. It’s habit,” Chelsea added.