Aussie influencer gets roasted online over fake tan tutorial


Influencer is roasted online over a fake-tan tutorial for one VERY embarrassing reason… so can you tell what she did wrong?


An Australian influencer has been trolled over a sponsored post for a fake tan brand.

Madi Edwards, who boasts almost 900,000 followers, posted a video of herself applying Bali Body’s new Instant Tan range, before wiping her body with a white towel to demonstrate how effective the tan is at drying without leaving residue.

However, many people watching the clip suspected that Madi didn’t actually allow the towel to make contact with her skin. 

Awkward: Influencer Madi Edwards has been called out over an embarrassing fake tan post for one very embarrassing reason

Awkward: Influencer Madi Edwards has been called out over an embarrassing fake tan post for one very embarrassing reason

Popular influencer troll account Celeb Spellcheck shared the post on their own page and accused her of not using the towel properly either.

‘She didn’t even try let that cloth touch her skin,’ claimed one.

Another commented: ‘Are the brands not embarrassed by this.’

‘Miss ma’am don’t pretend like you actually wiped that white towel on your skin PLEASE,’ laughed another. 

Did she? Madi wiped the fake tan off with a towel, but some fans felt like she never actually wiped the towel on her skin

Shady: Popular influencer troll account Celeb Spellcheck shared the post on their own page and accused her of not using the towel properly either

Did she? Madi wiped the fake tan off with a towel, but some fans felt like she never actually wiped the towel on her skin

However, despite the negative comments, it’s unclear from the video whether or not Madi really used the towel.

Due to the angle of the camera, it’s impossible to definitively tell if the towel connected with her skin or not.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Madi for comment. 

Meanwhile, Madi isn’t the only influencer to be called out by Celeb Spellcheck in recent weeks.

We will never know: Due to the angle of the camera, it's impossible to definitively tell if the towel connected with her skin or not

We will never know: Due to the angle of the camera, it’s impossible to definitively tell if the towel connected with her skin or not

Sophie Guidolin was accused of duping her followers after filming a video of herself using skincare products.

The 32-year-old shared a sponsored post to Instagram for Skóra Skincare, rubbing their blemish spot remover on a pimple on the left side of her chin.

The following day, she claimed the product had worked but shared a photo of the opposite side of her face.

'Does she really think she's fooled us?' Gold Coast influencer Sophie Guidolin (pictured) was called out for her VERY dubious sponsored post by Celeb Spellcheck earlier this week

‘Does she really think she’s fooled us?’ Gold Coast influencer Sophie Guidolin (pictured) was called out for her VERY dubious sponsored post by Celeb Spellcheck earlier this week

Sophie’s post was uploaded by the Celeb Spellcheck Instagram page and captioned: ‘The poor brand honestly.’

Instagram star Kurt Coleman also commented on the post: ‘That’s cracking me up.’

Model Jessie Gurunathan wrote: ‘Wait, what the heck did I just watch?! Does she really think she’s fooled us switching face sides? This is too much for a Sunday.’

Post: She shared a sponsored post to Instagram for Skóra Skincare, rubbing their blemish spot remover on a pimple on the left side of her chin. The following day, she claimed the product had worked but shared a photo of the opposite side of her face

Post: She shared a sponsored post to Instagram for Skóra Skincare, rubbing their blemish spot remover on a pimple on the left side of her chin. The following day, she claimed the product had worked but shared a photo of the opposite side of her face

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