Teen Mom fans accuse Chelsea Houska of trying to 'COPY' A-list actress style & content in new TikTok | The Sun

FANS have accused Chelsea Houska of trying to copy a Disney channel star after filming a new video promoting her clothing line.

The Teen Mom 2 alum was recently slammed for selling her clothing for outrageous prices.

Now Chelsea, 30, has been accused of trying to copy actress Ashley Tisdale after posting a wild new video.

The reality star took to her TikTok profile this week to share a clip of herself dancing as she promoted her new loungewear line.

The TV personality stood in the camera frame wearing a loose red crop top and black joggers as she slowly danced to the first chorus of the music with a solemn face.

Words appeared on the screen, reading: "Wearing comfy clothes."

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When the second chorus hit, Chelsea magnified her movements and twerked and popped her body like crazy.

She added the text: "Wearing comfy clothes I designed," insinuating her joy over developing her own loungewear line.


Fans were shocked by the post, claiming the MTV star appeared to be morphing into High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale.

One took to Reddit to reshare the clip along with the caption: "Commenters on tiktok are comparing Chealsea to Ashley Tisdale…what do you think?!"

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Others raced to the comments section to share their own opinions, one writing: "Ashley, sweetie, I'm so sorry."

"Don’t slander Ashley Tisdale like that," a second joked.

A third noted: "Hmm I can kinda see it I guess," while a fourth agreed: "I can see it. I think its the face shape and the middle part."

"Wow I actually see it. Bizarre. Ashley Tisdale if she forgot to take her pill," another mentioned.

"I can see it, just a brunette version lol," a final expressed.


Chelsea has outraged her fans with her loungewear line as many have accused her of selling "cheap" clothing at over-the-top prices.

Last week, the mother of four took to her Instagram Stories where she tried on various items from Laurie Belles that she designed, a South Dakota boutique she works with to sell her own line.

But not all fans were sold after clicking the links and viewing the prices which seemed to be fluctuating.

Fans slammed the items as "cheap-looking," before noticing some of the price tags had questionable figures attached.

A tan Chelsea began while posing with the dark pair of flared denim in the mirror: "I want to talk about these jeans first because I am living for them."

She linked to the Splitting Flare Hem Jeans below, but fans on Reddit said the $30 pants were "marked up to $60."

In the sale section she advertised, the pants appeared to not be on sale but simply marked as $60 next to other items that were on sale.

"Great deal on that Spitting Up Flare Jean! Final sale! Was $30, now just $60!" one wrote.

Another noticed the mistake before claiming it was changed to a new price, saying: "So then….the price went up on the jeans, or am I missing something?

"I figured I had to be reading that wrong, but this confirmed I didn’t. this is ridiculous. Can’t believe people buy this crap," mentioned a shocked third.


In fact, Redditors tore apart the sale Chelsea advertised in general with more than 144 comments in the thread.

One wrote on a pair of tight biker shorts she posted: "$33 for biker shorts????? Uh no. $6 at most."

Another agreed on the line: "$42 for that necklace should be an actual crime."

A third slammed: "Are people actually paying that much for that crap? I can find all that on Amazon for $9."

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A fourth questioned her "labeling" of certain products, adding: "'Belt bag' b***c that’s a fanny pack!"

And another surmised: "They’re just the most basic clothes possible every single website sells these for a fraction of the price."

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