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Jackie ‘O’ Henderson says social media stars ruining her life

Instagram is flooded with images of hot models in skimpy swimwear.

And on Wednesday’s Kyle and Jackie O show, Jackie ‘O’ Henderson revealed the effect social media stars are having on her life right now.

The 43-year-old admitted to feeling ‘depressed and terrible’ about herself while scrolling through photos of women with ‘little waists, big boobs and hot booties’.

‘It’s ruining my life right now’: Jackie ‘O’ Henderson [pictured], 43, says social media influencers make her feel ‘depressed and terrible’ with their ‘little waists, big boobs and hot booties’

‘I follow all these supermodels. I follow all these hot bloggers and you just see them looking so fabulous everyday,’ Jackie told Kyle Sandilands’ fill-in host Beau Ryan.

When Beau told the radio host that she looks just as good, Jackie responded: ‘Yeah, but not like them. They look amazing…. next level.

‘And when you go to [the] search [function] in Instagram and then they give you suggested posts… It’s always girls that are so amazingly beautiful with these little waists and big boobs and hot bodies and hot little booties.’

Online: 'I follow all these supermodels. I follow all these hot bloggers and you just see them looking so fabulous everyday,' the mother-of-one said on Wednesday's Kyle and Jackie O show 

Online: ‘I follow all these supermodels. I follow all these hot bloggers and you just see them looking so fabulous everyday,’ the mother-of-one said on Wednesday’s Kyle and Jackie O show 

Picture-perfect: 'It's always girls that are so amazingly beautiful with these little waists and big boobs and hot bodies and hot little booties,' Jackie said on-air

Picture-perfect: ‘It’s always girls that are so amazingly beautiful with these little waists and big boobs and hot bodies and hot little booties,’ Jackie said on-air

Jackie added that these perfectly curated images make her feel depressed: ‘This is ruining my life right now. I was feeling good about myself today and now I feel terrible.’ 

Despite the flawless photos social media influencers post to Instagram, behind the scenes it’s not always so picture-perfect.

Australian health and fitness influencer Steph Claire Smith, 24, who boasts 1.3million followers and is an ambassador for Adidas and Clinique, got candid in an interview with OK! magazine in April.

Fixture: Instagram is flooded with images of hot models in skimpy swimwear. Pictured: Tammy Hembrow 

Fixture: Instagram is flooded with images of hot models in skimpy swimwear. Pictured: Tammy Hembrow 

Struggles: Despite the flawless photos social media influencers post to Instagram, behind the scenes it's not always so picture-perfect. Steph Claire Smith [pictured] has battled binge eating disorder 

Struggles: Despite the flawless photos social media influencers post to Instagram, behind the scenes it’s not always so picture-perfect. Steph Claire Smith [pictured] has battled binge eating disorder 

Having been open about her past struggles with binge eating disorder, Steph said that ‘it was important to share that because I don’t want girls to have unrealistic expectations.’

She continued: ‘I want to be a positive role model for the younger generation. I’ve gone through some really low points, but that’s how I’ve got to where I am today. There are good days and bad.’

‘I’m never going to be perfect and that’s OK because no-one is. I know I’m healthy and that makes me happy. Before a big shoot, I’ll train a little harder and change my diet to more of the 90/10 rule.’  

Candid: Steph  told OK! magazine in April that it's not all how it seems: 'I'm never going to be perfect and that's OK because no-one is. I know I'm healthy and that makes me happy'

Candid: Steph told OK! magazine in April that it’s not all how it seems: ‘I’m never going to be perfect and that’s OK because no-one is. I know I’m healthy and that makes me happy’

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