The model shared a photo of herself to Instagram, showing that she still had a bump months after suffering a miscarriage.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have given their first interview since their pregnancy loss.
Chrissy Teigen has given an update on her family following the sad loss of her and John Legend's third child, Jack.
"I'll say it: I think John Legend delivered the best awards show performance of 2020," tweeted one fan.
Hollywood's Kate Beckinsale has lent support to Chrissy Teigen after she was criticised for sharing intimate photos following a miscarriage
The 'Lip Sync Battle' star posted a picture of her laptop without realising she was logged into her email account for all her 11.7 million followers to see.
Chrissy Teigen hit out at Donald Trump after he mocked the #MeToo movement in a speech in Montana.
Another day, another perfect Twitter response from Chrissy Teigen. She's pretty much turned blunt comebacks into an art form. SEE ALSO: 19 times Chrissy Teigen got hilariously angry with stuff on Twitter This time it was started with the following viral tweet, which asked why some women refuse to take their husband's surname. I'd really like to hear the reasoning behind women who won't take their husband's last name — Maami (@_MercyFul) August 20, 2017 At the time of writing that tweet has just over 250 retweets, and around <em>3800 replies</em>. Needless to say, it generated quite a bit of discussion. What's wrong with my name? — here. (@oyin_za) August 20, 2017 Absolutely nothing. But what's wrong with his that you don't want to take it when you get married, yano? — Maami (@_MercyFul) August 20, 2017 My name is my name, his name is his name — here. (@oyin_za) August 20, 2017 There were plenty of snappy responses, too. it would feel like losing a part of myself. Also why should I take his and he not take mine .Who created this tradition ?Men did🚮 — Gücci (@BlackCoffee_74) August 20, 2017 Then, in the early hours of Thursday morning, Chrissy Teigen got involved. my husband didn’t even take his last name? https://t.co/BMo6OsgcVv — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) March 22, 2018 She's got a point. As a quick Google search reveals, John Legend is not not actually John Legend's real name. Image: googleAnother classic Teigen mic drop. WATCH: Memes are the best thing on this planet, change my mind
McKayla is unable to testify against alleged sex predator Larry Nassar in court due to an NDA.
Chrissy and John are said to have taken legal action after the horrifying 'Pizzagate' claims.
Most servers in the restaurant industry rely heavily on tips to make a decent wage, so a ridiculously big tip can truly make your entire month. Well, one server at Outback Steakhouse in Centerville, Ohio had the tip of a lifetime when model and TV star Chrissy Teigen left a very generous bonus after dining at the restaurant. SEE ALSO: Chrissy Teigen isn't into John Legend's Golden Globes dancing According to local media outlet Dayton.com, Teigen, her daughter Luna, and a few friends ate at the restaurant on Friday, and was seated in 21-year-old Mikayla Scott's section. “She walked in with all her glam,” Scott told Dayton.com. “I was so nervous I was going to do something wrong.” Apparently, Scott didn't do a damn thing wrong, because Teigen left her a $1,000 tip on a bill for $193.81. A 20 percent tip on that tab is around $38. Teigen and her husband John Legend have both been outspoken in the past for her love for the restaurant's Bloomin Onion appetizer, which pretty much everyone can relate to, because the deep-fried onion is truly a magnificent creation. when outback steakhouse flies people out to teach you to make a bloomin onion but you pass out pic.twitter.com/SwgkoaQLo8 — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) April 6, 2017 It's bloomin A post shared by John Legend (@johnlegend) on Apr 5, 2017 at 10:10pm PDT Scott tells Dayton.com that she and her husband, who works in the kitchen at Outback, are going to use the extra cash to fix up their cars in need of repair. However, Scott made sure to pay it forward, and shared some of the tip with her coworkers that night. WATCH: Every country except America does this...
Little kids can really throw away the filter when it comes to sharing their feelings—in fact, they will often say pretty much anything. Sometimes this is adorable. And sometimes ... it is scathing. For proof, look no further than the following stories. After a difficult day, Chrissy Teigen asked moms on Twitter to share the times their kids were, uh, less than angelic. SEE ALSO: Chrissy Teigen uses Twitter to get John Legend to pick up the phone I am having a very rough day and it would help me a lot if any moms would like to share stories of their kids being mean to them — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) September 23, 2017 And boy, did the parents deliver. my one year old son tells me no every time I kiss him — Bee Money (@beeboujee) September 23, 2017 My 5yo daughter called me a pussy the other day. — Maureen Shaw (@MaureenShaw) September 23, 2017 My 4 year old son asked me why I was putting on makeup and I said "To make me look pretty." He replied "I don't think it's working." — Chutup (@Chutup) September 23, 2017 My 3yo just got right in my face and screamed, "You are over! Mommies are cancelled!" — Elizabeth Licata (@AmbienceChaser) September 23, 2017 My 13 month old says "dada" but every time I ask "can you say mama?" she looks me in the eyes, says "no" very clearly and then laughs — Emma Span (@emmaspan) September 23, 2017 pic.twitter.com/G5EqIRyXxo — Karlie Hustle (@THEkarliehustle) September 23, 2017 Here, though, is perhaps the most brutal story of all: a tale of mac and cheese, of lies, of broken promises. Last week, my 20 month old offered me a bite of her food. As I went to accept it, she snatched it back & ate it. When I made a sad face — Ande Wall (@AndeWall) September 23, 2017 she lifted her tiny pudgy fists to her eyes and slowly rotated them while saying “wah wah wah” at me. — Ande Wall (@AndeWall) September 23, 2017 I just wanted a damn bite of her Mac n cheese and she crushed me. — Ande Wall (@AndeWall) September 23, 2017 At least we'll always have good old commiseration. WATCH: The disturbing truth about vitamins