Entertainment

Is this Australia’s most toxic celebrity friendship? Two women ‘leak gossip about each other’

Inside Australia’s most toxic celebrity friendship group as two women ‘leak gossip about each other despite claiming to be friends on Instagram’

Two celebrities who claim to be friends on Instagram are reportedly leaking stories about each other to an anonymous gossip account.

Celeb Spellcheck, which is run by a Melbourne PR professional with impeccable sources, made the allegation during a Q&A session last week.

The profile’s administrator claimed the two women often submit stories about each other, even though ‘they’re “friends” on the ‘gram’. 

Inside Australia’s most toxic celebrity friendship: Celeb Spellcheck has claimed a group of two women ‘leak gossip about each other to her despite claiming to be friends on Instagram’. Not pictured.

A fan asked, ‘What Insta celeb friendship circle / group do you think is the most problematic?’ 

The admin replied: ‘There’s two girls in particular that send in stuff about one another and they’re “friends” on the ‘gram. Very strange.’

Celeb Spellcheck, which has more than 132,000 followers, did not reveal the names of the two women. 

'They're "friends" on the 'gram. Very strange': The profile's anonymous administrator claimed two women regularly 'leak gossip about each other' despite claiming to be friends

‘They’re “friends” on the ‘gram. Very strange’: The profile’s anonymous administrator claimed two women regularly ‘leak gossip about each other’ despite claiming to be friends

Do YOU know more? Several celebrity pairings could potentially fit this description, but Daily Mail Australia cannot name or picture them in this article for legal reasons

Do YOU know more? Several celebrity pairings could potentially fit this description, but Daily Mail Australia cannot name or picture them in this article for legal reasons

Celeb Spellcheck explained 

Celeb Spellcheck began a few years ago as an account making fun of Instagram models’ poor spelling, but has since become a platform for holding influencers to account for their lies and irresponsible behaviour.

The profile is also a hub for user-submitted gossip about influencers.

Celeb Spellcheck has attracted criticism in recent months, with the likes of Skye Wheatley and Tayla Damir accusing the page of ‘bullying’.

The Celeb Spellcheck profile is dedicated to spreading gossip and correcting typos, which had caused many high-profile individuals to boycott and slam the account. 

During an Instagram Q&A in February, the account’s mystery administrator – who is believed to be in her twenties – noted that the likes of Sophie Cachia, Steph Claire Smith, Jadé Tuncdoruk and Tayla Damir had blocked her.

The admin has accused Steph of having a breast enlargement, criticised Tayla for her poor spelling, and questioned Sophie’s movements during Melbourne’s lockdown.

It’s unclear what she did to offend Jadé.

Blacklist: During an Instagram Q&A last month, the account's mystery administrator - who is believed to be a Melbourne PR worker in her twenties - noted that the likes of Sophie Cachia, Steph Claire Smith, Jadé Tuncdoruk and Tayla Damir had blocked her

Blacklist: During an Instagram Q&A last month, the account’s mystery administrator – who is believed to be a Melbourne PR worker in her twenties – noted that the likes of Sophie Cachia, Steph Claire Smith, Jadé Tuncdoruk and Tayla Damir had blocked her

Disgruntled: Celeb Spellcheck didn't specify why these influencers had blocked her, but longtime followers of the account wouldn't have a problem working it out. For example, she has criticised Love Island star Tayla Damir (pictured) for her poor spelling on several occasions

Disgruntled: Celeb Spellcheck didn’t specify why these influencers had blocked her, but longtime followers of the account wouldn’t have a problem working it out. For example, she has criticised Love Island star Tayla Damir (pictured) for her poor spelling on several occasions

Daily Mail Australia reported last month that a group of disgruntled Instagram models were working together to uncover the identity of the woman who runs Celeb Spellcheck.

The influencers were convinced they’d worked out who was behind the profile by piecing together the clues the administrator had shared about her life.

Rozalia Russian, the ballerina-turned-socialite who is married to nightclub owner Nick Russian, said she was aware of a ‘few people’ who claim to know Celeb Spellcheck’s real name. 

Celeb Spellcheck has since denied that Rozalia or anyone else has correctly guessed who she is. 

Who is Celeb Spellcheck? 

The Celeb Spellcheck admin has never revealed her name, but has offered bits of biographical information in her weekly Q&As, including that she is

  • a woman in her late twenties (she turned 28 in December)
  • works full-time in PR/media
  • hails from the Mornington Peninsula but now lives in Melbourne’s south-east
  • is in a long-term relationship 
  • her boyfriend and ‘three or four friends’ know she’s Celeb Spellcheck
  • isn’t friends with influencers and gets her gossip from followers 

Celeb Spellcheck began a few years ago as an account making fun of poor spelling on sponsored Instagram posts, but has since become a platform for holding influencers to account for their lies and irresponsible behaviour.

The profile is also a hub for user-submitted gossip, with one notable example being the claim a high-profile couple from Victoria was on the verge of divorcing.

Because of this, Celeb Spellcheck has drawn comparisons to DeuxMoi, the popular Instagram account that collects and dishes out unverified rumours about American celebrities from its almost 600,000 followers.

'Wallah': The account previously made headlines when it shared this screenshot of model Elyse Knowles misspelling 'voilà' as 'wallah'. The gaffe went viral in December when it was picked up by U.S. social media sensation Joshua Ostrovsky, a.k.a. The Fat Jewish

‘Wallah’: The account previously made headlines when it shared this screenshot of model Elyse Knowles misspelling ‘voilà’ as ‘wallah’. The gaffe went viral in December when it was picked up by U.S. social media sensation Joshua Ostrovsky, a.k.a. The Fat Jewish

Advertisement


Source link

Related Articles

Back to top button