Chrissy Teigen recalls the time she offended Katy Perry during a run in; Says ‘I felt so bad, I wanted to die’

Updated on Mar 11, 2021 05:23 PM IST  |  226.5K
   
Chrissy Teigen recalls the time she offended Katy Perry during a run in; Says ‘I felt so bad, I wanted to die’
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Former model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen recently got candid about recently offending singer Katy Perry and her song “Firework” during a recent run-in. The 35-year-old twitter queen appeared on The Tonight Show for a virtual interview airing where she chatted with Jimmy Fallon about supporting John Legend when he performed in Washington, D.C. after Joe Biden‘s Inauguration back in January.

 

While she was at the event, Chrissy said that she ran into Katy right after she performed “Firework” during the fireworks display to end the night’s festivities. Chrissy said she tried to give Katy a compliment, but Katy may have heard the wrong thing. “I remember I was so scared because we ran into Katy Perry after, and I always say dumb things,” Chrissy recalled. “I always get so nervous, and I say faux pas, and then I hadn’t seen Katy for so long.”

 

Chrissy continued, “I was like, ‘Oh, I typically hate fireworks, but that was like amazing, that was beautiful.’ And then I think she heard that I said I hate ‘Firework,’ like the song.” Immediately after she said it, Chrissy realized she messed up and should have been clearer. “I wanted to die, I felt so bad,” Chrissy said. “‘No, no, no, not ‘Firework.” I always do that.”

 

On the professional front, Chrissy has been focusing on writing her new cookbook and sharing the process of testing recipes on social media. The former model had a tragic miscarriage in September 2020.

 

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