Model Chelsea Becirevic has ignited a turf war between two high-profile columnists ahead of her move to Adelaide with AFL star boyfriend Ivan Soldo.
Jackie Epstein of Melbourne’s Herald Sun wrote a story on Wednesday questioning if Chelsea will be happy to ‘settle’ for the ‘low-energy lifestyle of the City of Churches’.
Kara Jung of the Adelaide Advertiser fiercely hit back at the diss soon after, calling it a ‘petty little quip’, adding that Adelaidians just ‘rolled their eyes and smiled at the poor misconception’.
The war of words follows Ms Becirevic confirming she would be moving to Adelaide to join her rising star boyfriend after he was traded from Richmond to Port Adelaide.
The clash is certainly a sign of things to come for Chelsea, who is already a successful influencer in her own right, and is billed as the next Rebecca Judd.
Model Chelsea Becirevic (right) has ignited a turf war between two high-profile columnists ahead of her move to Adelaide with AFL star boyfriend Ivan Soldo (left)
The blonde bombshell, 23, already boasts a respectable 64,000 Instagram followers, as well as capturing mainstream media attention.
Glamourous Chelsea ensured all eyes were on her when she appeared in a plunging silver gown which flaunted her trim pins at Richmond’s Best and Fairest this year.
A major star on TikTok, Chelsea shares clips of herself in high-cut bikinis in clips that get thousands of views.
Melbourne-based Herald Sun columnist Jackie Epstein penned a story on Wednesday, questioning if Chelsea (pictured) will be happy to ‘settle’ for the ‘low energy lifestyle of the City of Churches’
She also works in marketing for a bridal company and will return to study biomedical science next year.
Chelsea met Ivan two years ago after moving from the Gold Coast to Melbourne.
Her premiership player beau will now move to Adelaide as his own career goes from strength to strength – a move that will see her follow him to South Australia.
Adelaide Advertiser columnist Kara Jung fiercely hit back at the diss soon after, calling it a ‘petty little quip’ adding Adelaideans just ‘rolled their eyes and smiled at the poor misconception
‘I am excited to say I will now be joining [Ivan] in Adelaide for his career with Port,’ she told Adelaide Now.
AFL fans will know many wives and girlfriend of AFL stars have make successful careers of their own in the modelling space.
Bec Judd owns activewear brand Jaggad along with a multitude of endorsement deals across Melbourne and nationwide.
AFL watchers are already comparing Chelsea to Melbourne WAG royalty Rebecca Judd (left, with husband Chris). Who catapulted to fame in a plunging red Tarvydas dress to the 2004 Brownlow medal
Nadia Bartel, the ex-wife of Jimmy Bartel, launched much praised-brand Henne after gaining a huge public profile.
Rebecca has spoken many times about capturing the public’s attention in a plunging red Tarvydas dress on the arm of Chris Judd at the 2004 Brownlow.
Speaking to the Herald Sun at the time, Rebecca said of the look: ‘I really didn’t think it would grab that much attention, but I got hounded on the red carpet.
‘Everyone wanted an interview and pictures.’