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Ali Oetjen’s popularity skyrockets after her stint on SAS Australia

Ali Oetjen’s popularity skyrockets after her stint on SAS Australia – as her Instagram ‘likes’ jump from an average of 3,000 per post to 16,000

Ex-Bachelorette Ali Oetjen joined SAS Australia to refresh her public image and prove that she’s more than just a reality star.

And it seems her stint on Channel Seven’s military-style show has indeed improved her popularity – particularly on Instagram.

The 34-year-old, who quit the series earlier this week because she couldn’t handle the cold conditions, shared a post to Instagram on Tuesday of herself and co-star Shayna Jack celebrating the Melbourne Cup at Doomben Racecourse in Brisbane.

Profile boost: Ali Oetjen’s popularity has skyrocketed after her stint on SAS Australia, with her Instagram ‘likes’ jumping from an average of 3,000 per post to 16,000. Her most recent post, featuring fellow SAS recruit Shayna Jack at the Doomben Racecourse, received 12,474 likes

In the photo, the Bachelor in Paradise alum wowed in a black blazer dress with a plunging neckline, while swimmer Shayna slipped into a figure-hugging red frock.

As of Thursday, the image has received 12,474 likes.

After quitting SAS Australia on Monday, she shared a photo of herself in a skimpy yellow bikini, which has so far amassed 16,077 likes.

Popularity boom: While she was still on the show, Ali posted a gallery of shots from a recent bikini shoot, which received 13,761 likes

Popularity boom: While she was still on the show, Ali posted a gallery of shots from a recent bikini shoot, which received 13,761 likes

Slowing rising: At the start of the season, one of her Instagram posts, which showed her falling out of a helicopter and plunging into an ice-cold lake, was liked 9,922 times

Slowing rising: At the start of the season, one of her Instagram posts, which showed her falling out of a helicopter and plunging into an ice-cold lake, was liked 9,922 times

While she was still on the show, she posted a gallery of shots from a recent bikini shoot, which received 13,761 likes.

At the start of the season, one of her Instagram posts, which showed her falling out of a helicopter and plunging into an ice-cold lake, was liked 9,922 times.

These impressive figures demonstrate how her popularity has spiked in recent weeks as a direct result of her appearance on SAS Australia.

Numbers game: Before she joined the cast, most of Ali's posts received a few thousand likes on average. For example, this pre-show Instagram post showing her performing a boxing workout was liked just 5,445 times

Numbers game: Before she joined the cast, most of Ali’s posts received a few thousand likes on average. For example, this pre-show Instagram post showing her performing a boxing workout was liked just 5,445 times

Figures: In September, this photo taken at the Sunshine Coast farmer's market received 3,294 likes

A selfie from about this time got just 2,504 likes

Figures: In September, a photo taken at the Sunshine Coast farmer’s market received 3,294 likes (left). A selfie from about this time got just 2,504 likes (right)

Splitsville: Before SAS Australia, Ali's most-liked Instagram post was her break-up announcement with ex-boyfriend Taite Radley (left)

Splitsville: Before SAS Australia, Ali’s most-liked Instagram post was her break-up announcement with ex-boyfriend Taite Radley (left)

Before she joined the cast, most of Ali’s posts received a few thousand likes on average. 

For example, a pre-show Instagram post showing her performing a boxing workout was liked just 5,445 times. 

In September, a photo taken at the Sunshine Coast farmer’s market received 3,294 likes. A selfie from about this time got just 2,504 likes.

Before SAS Australia, her most-liked Instagram post was her break-up announcement with ex-boyfriend Taite Radley.

Calling it quits: Ali quit SAS Australia earlier this week because she couldn't handle the cold conditions. Pictured with chief instructor Ant Middleton

Calling it quits: Ali quit SAS Australia earlier this week because she couldn’t handle the cold conditions. Pictured with chief instructor Ant Middleton

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