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16
Feb 2019


Chrissy will be co-hosting the 2019 City Harvest Gala in NYC on April 30th 2019.

City Harvest’s Annual Gala brings together celebrities, influencers, and NYC’s high profile individuals to honor supporters who have played a significant role in helping us feed our neighbors in need. The gala, which also serves as City Harvest’s most important fundraising event of the year, is hosted at Cipriani 42nd Street and features an elegant dinner with live and silent auctions. Attendees have included Julianne Moore, Chelsea Clinton, Richard Gere, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Cynthia Nixon, Antoni Porowski, Elizabeth Olsen, and Martha Stewart. Chef supporters have included Eric Ripert, Geoffrey Zakarian, José Andrés, Tom Colicchio, Marc Murphy, Marcus Samuelsson, Donatella Arpaia, Michael White, and Ted Allen. The 2018 gala raised nearly $4.7 million, enough to help feed more than 17,000 New York City families for a year.

Thank you to all of the generous contributors and supporters! To learn about sponsorship opportunities, email Rebecca Fontes, Director of Business Partnerships, at rfontes@cityharvest.org.

Co-Hosted by Chrissy Teigen & Antoni Porowski

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1
Feb 2019


Chrissy will be a judge on the NBC show ‘Bring the Funny’ which NBC has just ordered to to series with a 10-episode commitment.

NBC has ordered the comedy competition series “Bring the Funny” to series with a 10-episode commitment.

“Saturday Night Live’s” longest-running cast member Kenan Thompson will serve as a judge on the series along with Chrissy Teigen and comedy icon Jeff Foxworthy. Comedian Amanda Seales will serve as host.

In partnership with the international organization Just for Laughs, “Bring the Funny” will feature stand-ups, sketch troupes, and comedic variety acts. From solo comics to sketch troupes to musicians, magicians, podcasters, puppeteers, YouTubers and more, anyone who can make audiences laugh will have the chance to receive the $250,000 prize package and be part of the Bring the Funny showcase.

“Great comedians know how to make us laugh while serving as a reflection of the times, and we are excited to embrace and support the myriad of ways funny people bring us levity and humor today,” said Meredith Ahr, president of the alternative and reality group for NBC Entertainment. “Kenan, Chrissy, Jeff and Amanda are not only hilarious, but are pioneers in their respective arenas and understand what it takes to have longevity and breadth in this industry. They, along with our partners at Just for Laughs, will be an insightful resource for the talent that takes our stage.”

David Friedman and Matilda Zoltowski will executive produce. Just for Laughs President Bruce Hills serves as consulting producer. The series will be produced by Universal Television Alternative Studio.

The series is currently casting. Those interested in applying can find more information at www.bringthefunnycasting.com.

This is the latest addition to NBC’s growing unscripted lineup. The network recently debuted the Dwayne Johnson-hosted “Titan Games” and currently airs shows such as “Ellen’s Game of Games,” “America’s Got Talent,” and “The Voice.”

source: variety.com

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7
Jan 2019


To celebrate 2 years online, Chrissy Teigen Web has a new layout! Thank you to the amazing Emmy from Zeste de Couleurs for our new look. Plus make sure to checkout the gallery, it also got a new look 🙂


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14
Dec 2018


Like last year, Chrissy has made the list of the Highest-Paid Models of 2018 (according to Forbes.com). She’s tied on number 3 with Rosie Huntington-Whitely with $11.5 Million. Kendall Jenner takes the first place with $22.5 Million.

1. Kendall Jenner

$22.5 million

2. Karlie Kloss

$13 million

3. (tie) Chrissy Teigen

$11.5 million

3. (tie) Rosie Huntington-Whitely

$11.5 million

5. (tie) Gisele Bundchen

$10 million

5. (tie) Cara Delevingne

$10 million

7. Gigi Hadid

$9.5 million

8. (tie) Bella Hadid

$8.5 million

8. (tie) Joan Smalls

$8.5 million

10. Doutzen Kroes

$8 million

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30
Nov 2018


Today is Chrissy’s birthday (make sure to wish he a happy birthday on twitter or instagram). I worked with some other fan pages on Instagram to make a little birthday present for her. Make sure the check out happybirthdaychrissyteigen.tumblr.com ♥

Dear Chrissy,

I wanna wish you a happy happy birthday! I hope your day is filled with love & happiness. Thank you for being unapologetically real, for showing us your true self. I can’t thank you enough for everything that you’ve done for me and others. You’re truly the best idol on this planet. I’m sending you so many hugs & kisses ♥

xoxo Sushi | chrissyteigenweb.com | @teigenpictures | @teigencloset

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Nov 2018


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Nov 2018


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4
Nov 2018


Chrissy Teigen Web got a new look. Thanks to Gemma from GratrixDesigns the wordpress aswell as the gallery layout got a fresh look. All done with Chrissy’s photoshoots from 2018. Hope you guys like it as much as I do.


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1
Nov 2018


Here is Chrissy’s interview with Jessica Pressler for Glamour’s 2018 Women of the Year issue. Read it down below & don’t forget to check out the new images in the gallery.

Chrissy Teigen has lost her voice. “I’m so sorry,” she rasps as we sit in a tiny Korean restaurant in New York City. Since giving birth to Miles, her second child with husband John Legend, in May, the 33-year-old model turned TV host turned everyone’s favorite social media spirit animal has been readjusting to her jet-setting schedule. “Everything is totally hitting me, and I’m very overwhelmed, and it’s like my body can’t take it,” she says, picking up the menu. Fortunately there’s a temporary balm for this condition. “Do you want a glass of wine?” she asks, her eyes glinting. As the waiter deposits two large glasses of sauvignon blanc on the table, she has three words: “Yes, please, God.”

It’s a little after noon on Wednesday, but for Teigen it’s already been a week: Three days prior she accompanied Legend to the Creative Arts Emmys, where he became the first African American man to achieve full EGOT. Then she flew to New York to promote her second book of maximalist recipes, Cravings: Hungry for More. But it was the latest episode of Lip Sync Battle, the celebrity “singing” competition on which she appears as host LL Cool J’s hype woman, that did her voice in. Producers arranged an on-air celebration for her mom, a Thai immigrant who recently became an American citizen. “She was so happy,” Teigen says, choking up a little as she flicks through pictures on her iPhone of her mom onstage with a dancer dressed as Times Square’s famous Naked Cowboy. “You forget, as crazy as the world seems right now, people are still extremely excited to be a part of this country,” she says. “I thought she was going to sob. And instead she just hit the Naked Cowboy’s butt.”

Now we know where Teigen gets her ability to land a punch line. She may be vocally compromised at the moment, but her nearly 11 million Twitter followers can count their lucky stars that she still has her fingers, which are just as itchy as the current president’s. When President Trump tweeted, “We must keep ‘evil’ out of our country!” in 2017, she replied, “What time should we call your Uber?” It’s digital bons mots like this that earned her the title of Twitter’s “undisputed queen” from none other than BuzzFeed, which does brisk business aggregating her observations into lists with titles like “100 Hilarious Chrissy Teigen Tweets We Honestly Need to Talk About More.” She’s just as candid in real life—on the Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen after-show, she revealed she and Legend did it on their first date.

In an age when celebrities carefully guard their words, her candor connects. “I think the thing that resonates is that she is 100 percent authentic,” says Teigen’s longtime hairstylist, Jen Atkin. “She’s really tweeting like no one’s watching.” These days Teigen has graduated from posting about being hungover and puking into a bag of Cool Ranch Doritos to real talk about everything from breastfeeding struggles to dealing with mommy shamers. Her ability to share these universal truths with humor has challenged the boundaries of what’s appropriate for mothers in the public sphere. And her openness about late-onset postpartum depression has helped shed light on an issue that too often goes undiscussed. “I think the most surprising thing for me was that it happened three months after,” says Teigen, who was on the set of Lip Sync Battle dressed as Eleven from Stranger Things when she realized something was amiss. “I thought postpartum was, you have the baby and you’re sad. It was like, no. It sneaks up on a lot of people. That’s why I thought it was important for me to talk about.”

Read the whole interview on glamour.com

  

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30
Oct 2018


Chrissy is a 2018 Glamour Women of the Year honoree! Her article is going to be online on November 1st and the awards will be held on November 12th in NYC. The images for the magazine were taken by Tom Schirmacher.

Chrissy Teigen, The Influencer

So funny. So true. And so damn necessary. Chrissy Teigen may be one of the most relatable people on the Internet, but she’s also an unofficial spokesperson for Generation Fed Up.

  

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