Chelsea Houska is commonly regarded as the quietest of the Teen Moms. But that doesn't mean she's off the radar.
Like George Harrison, Art Garfunkel, and other famous "quiet ones" in history, the Housk has a passionate fan base.
(NOTE: For our younger readers, those are boomer musicians who never posted to Instagram, but if they had, you can bet their selfies wouldn't have held a candle to Chelsea's!)
Anyway. Chelsea has stayed fit in quarantine, and she's been regularly documenting her progress for her followers.
How does she do it?
Well, unlike many slender celebs, Chelsea is happy to share her weight loss secrets with 5.7 million of her closest fans.
The pride of Vermillion, South Dakota, chalks all of her success up to the Profile by Sanford weight loss program.
“I’m happiest when I’m healthiest, that’s why I’m SO excited to continue my Profile journey," Chelsea recently wrote.
"There have been so many new products at @Profile_Sanford it’s hard to keep up! Umm Profile Ice Cream?"
"Where have you been all my life?! Let’s do this together!!"
Granted, she's getting paid to say that (and good for her), but it's hard to argue with the results she's enjoying.
The 28-year-old mom of three rocked some shorts in a recent pic, and apparently, these aren't just any shorts.
The mother of three described them as so "fricken amazing," and so comfortable "they're like butter."
And that wasn't the last of Chelsea's unorthodox clothing commentary.
She also posted the pic above.
Her caption reads: "So, I'm the kind of girl that wears the ugliest bras, and I hate when I have to find a special bra."
The text on the pic read:
"I [heart] THICK STRAPS."
"UGLY BRA WEARERS UNITE!"
We're thinking she might be a little too hard on herself in this case - looks like a pretty normal post to us!
Of course, this is the internet in 2020, so Chelsea's pics were not without their share of controversy.
For the most part, fans were quick to applaud the Teen Mom 2 cast member's commitment to fitness.
But some felt that the reality star is almost doing too well at this - and losing too much weight too fast.
"She keeps getting skinnier. I have always been a fan but yeah, pretty sad," wrote one follower.
"You guys... it’s also what she’s wearing and how she’s posing that makes her look so slim," another shot back.
"She looks great and I’m sure she works really hard to look so good."
While we're sure Chelsea would prefer to keep it all positive, all the time, this controversy is nothing compared to the last one that erupted based on the content (or lack thereof) on her Instagram.
If you recall, Houska lost thousands of followers in just a few days.
Many card carrying members of Teen Mom Nation were evidently upset that Chelsea refused to comment on the police murder of George Floyd and the protests that followed across the nation.
It now appears that Chelsea was indeed concerned about police brutality, but also feared alienating fans by making a "political" statement on a platform she doesn't usually use for that purpose.
Hopefully she learned a valuable lesson about the importance of remaining true to one's own belief system.
After all, as social media reminds us every single day, trying to please everyone is always a futile endeavor.
As for the rumor that she and hunky husband Cole are expecting again, well, more on that below ...