Jay Cutler’s Instagram vanishes amid Kristin Cavallari-Stephen Colletti reunion

Cue the double eyeball emoji.

As of Wednesday, it appears Jay Cutler’s Instagram account, “IfJayHadInstagram,” has vanished from the social media platform.

The curious move comes shortly after Cutler’s estranged wife, Kristin Cavallari, surprised fans Tuesday by sharing a photo of herself posing with her former “Laguna Beach” love, Stephen Colletti.

“2004 or 2020?!” the reality star, 33, captioned the shot.

Stephen Colletti and Kristin Cavallari in 2008Getty Images for IMG

Cavallari’s romance with Colletti, 34, was a prominent plot point on the first two seasons of the MTV reality series, which also featured Lauren Conrad, who was a third point of the “Laguna Beach” love triangle. The show aired from 2004-2006.

Almost immediately after Cavallari’s post went live on Tuesday, some of Instagram came clean about their feelings over the Colletti pic.

“Omg i am here for this,” Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi commented.

“Get your man girl,” fellow “Jersey Shore” star, Angelina Pivarnick, replied.

In April, Cavallari and Cutler, 37, announced their divorce after seven years of marriage. They share three children together: sons Camden, 7, and Jaxon, 6, and 4-year-old daughter Saylor.

Though some fans have since expressed disappointment over the loss of Cutler’s Instagram account, the former NFL quarterback didn’t have reins over the page originally.

“I think there needs to be a little clarification on Jay’s Instagram,” Cavallari said in 2018, according to For the Win. “It’s not him running it. It’s me. It’s what Jay would have if he had Instagram.”

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Following his split from Cavallari, Cutler had been active on social media. In May, he posted a Mother’s Day tribute to his ex, later chronicling his adventures in Montana.

Earlier this summer, Cutler also revealed a “chicken serial killer” was on the loose at his farm.

A rep for Cutler did not immediately return our request for comment.