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Jessie James Decker Shows Off Smoking Body In Skimpy Chips Snack Session

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By Rebecca Cukier

Jessie James Decker downed the calories this week – without the guilt. The 32-year-old country singer and "Jessie & Eric" star updated her Instagram with a photo reminding her 3.2 million followers that pushing out three kids doesn't stop a woman from looking ripped. The post seeing Jessie snacking on cheese puffs from the South Beach Diet brand she fronts also showed off the blonde's tight workout body, cute style, and penchant for living life barefoot.

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South Beach Diet All The Way

Jessie James Decker poses for a selfie in sweats on her floor
Jessie James Decker/Instagram

Jessie's photo, seen below, showed her in selfie mode and home – COVID-19 sees the star in quarantine with husband Erick Decker and their three kids. Jessie was leaning against a marble-topped kitchen island in her home, snapped barefoot and looking snatched in a skin-tight cream sports bra flashing her gym-honed shoulders, plus a slouchy pair of gray sweatpants. A screwed-up face as Jessie stuffed keto-friendly nacho cheese puffs into her mouth confirmed snack mode – likewise, a lengthy caption admitting to eating "too much" during quarantine.

'Back On The Wagon....After Cinco De Mayo, Of Course'

Jessie James Decker snacks in her kitchen
Jessie James Decker/Instagram

Swimwear photos of the star's sensational body are below. Her caption admitted defeat and a solution to snack cravings:

"Ok y’all. I’m doneeeeeeee ....It's time to get back on the wagon, people! I've been eating too much during quarantine and it's gotten to the point where I just don't feel good anymore😩," Jessie began, adding:

"I said I needed a goal and today is the day (after cinco of course)."

"I’m eating the cheese puff ones in the photo and they are bomb" came confirming the flavor of puffs, with a quick swipe to the right showing the array of snacks alongside South Beach Diet shakes.

Told To Stop Promoting 'Toxic' Foods

Jessie James Decker poses in underpants in her living room on a chair
Jessie James Decker/Instagram

Jessie – whose underpants photo with her son caused a major storm in late April – largely received positive feedback. Remarks weren't exclusively throwing the Kittenish founder the thumbs-up, though.

"I wish you wouldn’t promote something that is not good for our body. Those are frozen meals filled with toxic chemicals. I love you but hate the diet cultural you are promoting," one fan wrote.

"I wish I can't afford this 😢," another wrote. Then again, others told Jessie to post her workouts, with many fans asking questions over the brand.

Promoting South Beach Diet – What's It Earning Her?

Jessie James Decker poses in shorts in her home
Jessie James Decker/Instagram

Jessie has a long-term partnership with South Beach Diet. Her post didn't come as an ad, however it honored the star's ambassador status – 22-year-old reality face Savannah Chrisley also fronts the popular brand. Pay on Instagram directly correlates with following, something that experts at Vox have broken down estimated figures for.

"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!"

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