Earlier this year, John Legend performed at the 2021 inauguration; and his wife Chrissy Teigen was there to support him. While this was something she was proud of, she was also embarrassed because of her interaction with singer Katy Perry,
While John sang “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone on the prime-time TV special, Perry sang his hit “Firework”. Upon meeting Katy, Chrissy made a comment that accidentally offended the singer and her song.
Chrissy Teigen visited The Tonight Show on Tuesday, March 9, and, during her interaction with Jimmy Fallon, opened up about accidentally offending Katy Perry. Recalling the incident that took place with Katy Perry, Chrissy Teigen explained that at the end of the event, she met the ‘Roar’ singer to offer her a message of support. During Perry’s performance on “Firework,” there was an epic firework display.
Speaking of which, Chrissy Teigen said, “I remember I was so scared because we ran into Katy Perry afterwards, and I always say stupid things. I’m still so nervous, and I say misstep, and then I haven’t seen Katy in so long.
Continuing further, she added, “I was like, ‘Oh, I usually hate fireworks, but it was amazing, it was beautiful.’ And then I think she heard I said I hate ‘Firework’ like the song. “
However, the Lip Sync Battle co-host immediately became concerned that the American Idol judge didn’t quite hear the exact wording of the compliment. Chrissy Teigen added that after making her comment, she regretted not being more explicit about her sentiment. She said, “I wanted to die, I felt so bad.”
Chrissy continued, “No, no, no, not ‘Fireworks.” I always do that. “
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