Chrissy Teigen says we've been saying her name all wrong


Chrissy Teigen is one of our favourite celebrities to follow on social media. "Chrissy Teigen is lovely but does she have to be included in everything just because she's married to John Legend?". "Last name is tie-gen not tee-gen".

So yes, while we were struggling to ideal our "Saoirse" (SER-SHA) and "Ratajkowski" (RAT-UH-COW-SKI), we were carelessly calling queen Chrissy by the last name TEE-GEN (hard "g"). "It's Tie-gen", she admitted in the video, where her mother could be heard in the background saying, "Yup!"

"Gave up a long time ago", Chrissy said on Twitter.

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A fan brought up the fact that Teigen says it wrong, too. "They can call me Janet and I won't", she added. Wrong order? I'll eat it. Taxi going to the wrong airport? "I don't correct people, ever".

Teigen also admitted that she had begun instinctually adopting the mispronunciation of her name after being worn down over the years. "I'll change my flight".

Then when Rancic asked if she preferred Tie-gen or Tee-gen, the mum-of-two made a shock admission.

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"My grandparents said [Grandee]".

I say "you", but it's truly just a deflection of blame.

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