Chrissy Teigen is getting very candid about her love life with husband John Legend.
The 35-year-old author and former “Cravings” model made no effort when she appeared on “The Late Late Show” with James Corden on Thursday.
During the segment “Spill your guts or fill your guts”, Corden, 42, asked Teigen to reveal the “strangest place” where she and her husband holding EGOT “have been intimate with each other.”
“We had some fun days,” Teigen said before clarifying an earlier statement he made in reference to Barack and Michelle Obama first.
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“One time at the Grammys, I said we had sex on ‘that Obama thing,’ and that went wrong,” Teigen said. “Because what I really meant was that it was ‘that Obama thing,’ but it wasn’t with or near them.”
“It was the DNC (Democratic National Convention) actually,” Teigen noted, adding that the torrid moment happened “a while ago” in a bathroom.
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However, Teigen, who recently left Twitter, did not finish sharing the various locations of her escapades with her husband of eight years.
“I could shoot these if you want,” he joked before adding the late Fred Segal’s clothing store to the list.
“Fred Segal?” Corden gasped. “No! Oh my God.”
“Yeah, right in front of the juice bar,” Teigen confessed.
Teigen also said that she and Legend are members of the Mile-High Club.
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“On a plane, not even a private one, James,” Teigen admitted. “Public!”
Earlier this week, Teigen made headlines when he told the world that he was shutting down his Twitter account and leaving behind the 13.7 million followers he had on the social media platform.
He later explained his departure through Instagram, where he has almost 35 million followers.
“It is true! [Twitter] It no longer serves me as positively as negatively, so with that I say goodbye, “Teigen preceded his Instagram post.” But I want to say that this is absolutely NOT Twitter’s fault, I think they do everything they can to relentlessly combat bullying, honestly, it’s not bullying !! You guys have no idea how close you have been and worked with my team and me personally. “
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“It is not the platform,” reiterated Teigen.
“It’s not bullying. And it’s not trolls,” Teigen said. “I can deal with trolls, even though it weighs on you. It’s just me. I have to accept the fact that some people won’t like me.”
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“I hate disappointing people or upsetting people and I feel like I did it over and over again,” he continued. “Can’t anyone read that they let you down in some way every day, all day without physically absorbing that energy. I can feel it in my bones.”