Chrissy Teigen

The model's appearance at a fashion show persuaded him that she was the “woman I wanted to spend the rest of my life with.”
The "Cravings" author had been criticized by the food columnist, who then apologized.
The New York Times food columnist apologized to Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo last week for her "tone deaf" remarks.
The "Cravings" cookbook author also brought up an Alison Roman dig.
The cookbook author has found herself mixed up in more food drama.
The New York Times columnist wrote a lengthy apology to the famous women on Twitter after her inflammatory comments about them went viral.
The model’s quirky video post over the weekend led internet trolls to make negative remarks about her body, but she responded with her usual positivity.
The talk show host was blasted for an ill-timed joke during her first at-home episode amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"If you’re feeling down, I want to lift you up," the host said before welcoming her virtual guests, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.