Chrissy Teigen has it all except for this one thing

Chrissy Teigen has it all except for this one thing

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Sports Illustrated cover model Chrissy Teigen is primarily known for her exotic beauty. But there's also all those unfiltered social media posts and interview antics, like the time she shoved her hands in my face and asked me to smell them.

To her credit we got on the subject of cooking, one of her favorite things to do. She was describing a dish she made earlier in the day and offered her garlic scented fingers as proof.

Her husband is R&B singer John Legend. He is the lucky beneficiary of her culinary creations. The two first hooked up on the set of his 2009 video "Stereo." Chrissy is the inspiration behind his romantic ballad "All of Me."

Ironically, she is married to a nine-time Grammy winner but all this chick wants is a little Britney Spears.

She is fun, funny, beautiful, not to mention filthy rich. It seems like she's got it all. Well almost. I'll let her explain.

"I don't have a butt," she says. But she says she has come to terms with is and happened to find somebody that doesn't care, so it doesn't matter.

Believe it or not, Chrissy says she was once fired from a modeling gig with Forever 21 for being too fat. She is speaking out about the experience now in the hopes that those words sting a little less for the next girl.

"Who cares?" she says. "I just want more and more girls to not care what other people think."

 

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