Chrissy Teigen details how to correctly say her name as 'Tie-gen'

Saul Franklin
September 20, 2018

'I know. I even correct people when they say it's all v effed up, ' she said. "Last name is tie-gen, not tee-gen". While she cleared up that her last name is pronounced "Sigh-fred", her sister actually says it differently as "Sigh-freed". Imperfect advise? I'll eat it. Taxi going to the contaminated airport?

The supermodel and mom revealed on Twitter that everyone says her last name incorrectly.

"I don't correct people, ever", she tweeted.

"I don't really call this "body confidence" because I'm not quite there yet", Chrissy admitted.

Finally, Chrissy posted a video pronouncing her last name correctly.

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American news anchor Heidi Alagha also deemed it fit to critique Teigen's relevance.

Chrissy Teigen was not feeling the love from the Internet after attending the 2018 Emmy Awards with her husband, John Legend, on Monday. When asked on the red carpet by E! Chrissy didn't even have the energy to give a massive response to that one, and instead simply replied, "breathe, chrissy. man, you guys are brutal".

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