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What Happens When Tuchis Queen Jen Selter Turns On Instagram Notifications?

While you’re waiting and praying for that of your dog on Instagram, here is what it feels like to be an actual Instagram celebrity. Or, more like, a celebrity rear end.

Jewish fitness and tuchis queen, Jen Selter, turned on her Instagram notifications for a few brief seconds on Monday and watched as 100,000-plus likes and comments came her way.

For those who ask me what my notifications look like when I turn them on ???? #IloveYouAll

A video posted by Jen Selter (@jenselter) on

Selter, who first became famous in 2014 for photos that challenged Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez, the reigning queens of derrière, now boasts an impressive 8.4 million followers, amassing hundreds of thousands of likes and comments on every photo.


A photo posted by Jen Selter (@jenselter) on

#Seltering in Seoul ?

A photo posted by Jen Selter (@jenselter) on

Oh, and her photo of her dog gets 252,000 likes.

My lil baby @brodyselter

A photo posted by Jen Selter (@jenselter) on





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