Jacqueline Jossa tells fans to unfollow 'fake' influencers with 'perfect bodies'
Jacqueline Jossa has urged her Instagram followers to unfollow anyone who makes them feel bad because they have 'perfect bodies' and 'perfect faces'
The former EastEnders star, 28, told her 3.1 million Instagram followers to stop following influencers with "perfect bodies" and "perfect faces" if it makes them feel bad about themselves when they use Instagram.Taking to her stories on Friday, Jacqueline said "Instagram isn't real" and urged her fans to only follow people who make them feel good.
Filming herself with no makeup on, she said: "Got something important to say, it's really important that the people that you're following are people that make you feel better about yourselves, not worse."If you wake up every morning and you follow people that you think are ten out of tens, and they're perfect body, and they're the perfect face, and they have everything figured out, and they're the best mum in the world, and they're making you feel bad.
"Just unfollow them because it's not real, because Instagram isn't real, I'll be the first one to tell you that."Jacqueline said she posts pictures of herself looking like a "goddess" after hours in a makeup artist's chair, but shares them when she doesn't look like that. headtopics.com
She went on: "It's all smoke and mirrors, it's all a load of b*****ks, I can assure you.""Even if that person is me, can't see that it is, unfollow me," she continued."If there's people that are making your day worse, even subconsciously."
It comes after Jacqueline hit out at trolls, saying she faces online abuse every day.She said she was surprised that people didn't realise the extent of which celebrities get trolled. Read more: Mirror Celeb »
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