Chrissy Teigen is fine, she apparently wants to do a big interview with Oprah

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Celebrate the Elections in West Hollywood, CA

I’m backing away from the Michael Costello-Leona Lewis situation because the back-and-forth could go on for a while. I completely believe he’s terrible and I completely believe Leona’s story, but I can’t keep diving into “he said this to Page Six” and “she’s got a new IG Story,” etc. Especially since the focus should be on Chrissy Teigen and how awful she is. The reason there are still people caping for Chrissy is because she often targeted people who were already disliked or considered worthy of scorn. It’s that simple. That’s how she got away with it for so many years. She was telling people to die or to kill themselves regularly. She was a vicious bully who hurt vulnerable people because she could, because she got off on it. But don’t worry, John Legend says she’s fine:

John Legend did more than put on a brave face to support his wife, Chrissy Teigen … he smiled and claimed she’s doing better than her lengthy apology for bullying made it seem. The singer was out in WeHo Tuesday and seemed to be in great spirits. You can see him sporting a wide grin as he walked up to his car and was incredibly polite when a photog walked up to ask him about Chrissy’s attempts to recover from the trolling scandal.

After exchanging some very quick pleasantries the pap got right to the point … how’s Chrissy doing? John had zero hesitation and answered with a smile … she’s doing great.

[From TMZ]

Is he just putting a happy face on a bad situation or is Chrissy really… unfazed? Both, probably. Judging from her two “me me me me me” apologies, Chrissy loves this attention at some level. She loves being in the center of this entirely self-made disaster. She might even be able to get even more attention from it:

Chrissy Teigen is apparently looking to tap Oprah Winfrey for a Meghan Markle-style sit-down interview in hopes of salvaging her reputation amid a growing number of bullying claims made against the cookbook author, according to a new report.

Teigen, 35, is reportedly “being advised to go into hiding and lay low” in the wake of the public onslaught of criticism centered on her social media behavior aimed at selective celebrities like Courtney Stodden, as well as, alleged bullying and behind-the-scenes mistreatment of fashion designer Michel Costello.

“Chrissy is in talks with Oprah to do a Meghan Markle sit-down type interview and tell her truth,” a source alleged to the “Naughty But Nice” podcast. “Chrissy is a fighter and believes that she is such an excellent communicator that there isn’t a mess she can’t talk her way out of!”

Of Teigen’s reported about-face, the source pressed to the podcast that “every news outlet in the world has contacted Chrissy about getting her first on-camera interview, but Oprah is her first choice.” The insider added, “If Oprah can forgive Chrissy, then so can the nation.”

[From Fox News]

This should show you how seriously Chrissy is taking it – she’s looking to book a tearful performance with Oprah. I hope Oprah refuses to take her calls. Why would anyone want to book Chrissy right now, or ever again? So she can once again make everything about how *she* feels? Again, the only reason Chrissy even issued two apologies is because her bottom line is being affected and sponsors are dropping her. That’s it. She’s still the same a–hole.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend arrive at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party held at the Wallis Annenbe...

2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

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  1. Nomegusta says:

    She really just cannot help herself. She needs to go sit in a corner and reflect.

  2. Claire says:

    If Oprah agrees to this interview, I will take it as a sign of the apocalypse.

    • AmyB says:

      I second this!!! Prepare for the end people!

    • Lori says:

      This is nonsense generated on the Daily Mail. Someone in the comments suggests Oprah for spite because they blame Oprah for Megan and Harry talking. And because they see no difference between Chrissy telling people to kill themselves and H&M telling Oprah the abuses they suffered as part of the Royal family.
      Someone floats and idea in the comments, hours later its a story with anonymous sources. Thats how news is made over there.

      • minx says:

        Thank you. Sheer made up nonsense. Oprah has bigger fish to fry than Chrissy Teigen FFS, although CT would love the publicity.

    • BnlurNforever says:

      I can see Oprah doing the interview if Chrissy goes away for a good long while, (I’m talking years) and does some serious work on herself. If she worked with anti-bullying organization and puts in the time to understand what she did, then I could see a future interview with Oprah. Can’t see that right now. Then again after swearing, Brexit wasn’t possible and later Trump couldn’t win the American presidency I’ve learned to never say anything is impossible.

      • Eurydice says:

        Actually, I can see this as not an interview, but part of the mental health series – what makes people turn into bullies, social media addicts, etc. But I don’t think that’s what Chrissy has in mind.

      • Mette says:

        No one should give this leech any more attention. She thrives off of it and needs to be shut down.

      • TEALIEF says:

        @BNLURNFOREVER I second you on ALL your points. She needs to retreat for years, and do the hard and necessary penitent work for others, and for herself before she re-emerges. Only then would she actually have something to be interviewed about. 

        I was in Scotland in May 2016 reassuring all who asked that Americans would never elect Trump, just as I knew the UK would not vote for Brexit. How absolutely wrong was I. Buffoonery bamboozled both sides of the Atlantic.

      • clomo says:

        How awful Brexit, worse than trump in a way, though a non entity it doesn’t expire in 4 years. I agree on CT needing to be quiet and lay low for a long time. She did 2 apologies anything else is just salt in the wound at this point.

    • NTheMiddle says:

      I wish Oprah would do this interview. She would own her. Tiegen is an idiot if she has an interview with ANYONE before personally apologizing directly to the victims and going through rigorous therapy. I believe she’ll find someone else to interview her if Oprah refuses because Tiegen is so thirsty for the attention.

      • BnlurNforever says:

        She will do herself such a favor if she stopped talking and went away for a good long while. There’s really no need for her to be so visible in person, or on social media and she’s fortunate in that she doesn’t need immediate cash where she has to keep on shilling or else. I wish she would have the good sense to look at her life see how she’s making it worse and quietly apologize sincerely to those she’s harmed and then go away even without letting the world knows about those conversations. Leave it up to those who’ve been harmed to say anything if they choose, but it seems she can’t go quiet and that’s so sad for her and her family.

    • Robyn says:

      Oprah says “I don’t know her”

  3. Lala11_7 says:

    I need to see receipts for ALL of these TOP TIER news outlets that want to interview Chrissy….

    Cause I’on believe it…

    She betta call Jada & have a seat at the Red Table…

    • Maria says:

      Or The View, lol.
      I can see Chrissy being thirsty enough to tell “her side” to do that.

    • Still_Sarah says:

      @ Lala11_7 : Exactly. Who the hell is the “source” (CT’s PR person) think they are fooling? Every news outlet in the world has contacted Chrissy about getting her first on-camera interview but Oprah is her first choice? So Al Jazerra is calling? The Economist? LOL. I think she’ll get a daytime TV talk show but hey maybe Oprah will be interested.

    • Darla says:



    • DragonWise says:

      Totally agree. Even with JL’s clout, she does not merit an Oprah exclusive. I think Chrissie’s delusions are her “source.” She clearly thinks she is a lot more famous and important than she really is.

      • Emmitt says:

        The only way Oprah would interview Chrissy Teigen is if John Legend was with her and she interviewed both of them and wanted to know why John stays with her and how much John knew about her online activities.

        I doubt John Legend wants the sunlight so there will be no Oprah interview. Maybe Chrissy should try a YouTuber or a podcaster.

      • Robyn says:

        Podcast! Yes indeed. She’ll be on Armchair Expert in no time.

  4. Maria says:

    I would doubt Oprah would want to touch this situation, not right now anyway, if ever. I actually think Stodden would be a more likely choice for Oprah, although more likely than Chrissy doesn’t mean likely overall, lol.
    LOL @ “Chrissy believes that she is such an excellent communicator that there isn’t a mess she can’t talk her way out of!” Sure, Jan.
    Also why does Chrissy and her team keep pushing this concept that *we* need to forgive her? Get the actual victims of your bullying to forgive you first! If she did that genuinely and they all came forward together to resolve this in terms of its unraveling in the public eye, the situation would be a lot different. But she won’t do that.

  5. Char says:

    Really, what Oprah can get out of her that won’t end up on Twitter anyway? It clearly isn’t the same than interviewing Meghan, for exemple.

  6. Ann says:

    Oprah?! This woman thinks way too highly of herself. This would be such a bad career move for Queen O. To be that delusional… CT is in her own mean little world.

  7. Susan says:


    Also, I hate the comparison to the “Meghan Markle” style interview. No, different story. Meghan had an INTERESTING story people wanted to hear. Chrissy is just a bad person trying to apologize for getting caught. Gross.

    • SarahCS says:

      That’s my reaction to this, it implies a false equivalency which is NOT the case. I get that mentioning MM adds impact to pretty much anything but I don’t like it at all here.

    • Sunday says:

      Exactly this. Chrissy Teigen is nowhere near Meghan’s level; the Oprah interview was necessary because Harry and Meghan are the targets of a global smear campaign originating from one of the most powerful families/institutions on the planet, not because one of them was mouthing off on twitter. Give me a break.

      IF Oprah was to interview anyone involved in the Chrissy scandal, it should be Courtney Stodden – they have a story to tell that is way more compelling and way more deserving of Oprah’s time than spoiled narcissist Chrissy.

  8. S808 says:

    This doesn’t warrant an Oprah interview, as someone said above, maybe red table talk.

  9. gah says:

    she’s an abuser full stop. she gets no more prime time.

  10. Case says:

    This woman has told multiple people to kill themselves. I hope everyone is just done with her, and I hope Oprah ignores her forever.

  11. Miss Margo says:

    Teigan is no Meghan Markle though… Why would Oprah do an interview with her?

    • Case says:

      In fact, Chrissy is more like the horrible people who drove Meghan to consider suicide.

      • Maria says:

        All the virulent Meghan hate accounts use the same language Chrissy did and does.

  12. EnormousCoat says:

    Idk. This is a topical news story and America/ns love a tale of redemption (specifically when the person is largely only sorry for themselves). The media also likes to center attention on the bully/harasser to offer them that platform. If people believe her cause was just but her actions were wrong/misguided/misplaced, they may want to redeem her/see her redeemed. Again, I believe in forgiveness, but only after atonement. And I agree with Kaiser: more than anything, CT loves being in headlines and being part of the news cycle.

    • Maria says:

      She’s just not famous enough for it, honestly.

    • Emmitt says:

      Forgiveness has nothing to do with atonenment. Forgiveness is not for the offender, it’s for the offended.

      If I’m a bank and I loan Chrissy Teigen money and she refuses to pay it back, the bank might decide to write off the loan (forgiveness). They’re tired of wasting their time and energy pursuing the debt.

      Chrissy still owes the money, even though the bank isn’t pursuing her for the debt anymore. So if Chrissy goes to that bank again and wants to borrow money, the bank will say DENIED. Chrissy could then decide to pay the money back (atonement) but the bank doesn’t have to give her a dime ever again.

      If Chrissy is truly sorry, what she would do is say “I owed that bank money and I didn’t pay it back so I understand why they won’t loan me money anymore. I’m going to pay my bills on time in the future, take out a small secured loan and make sure to pay back every dime on time and build my credit (reputation) back up so in the future I will be able to get a loan. But, if I can’t I will just save up the money to get the things I need.”

      What Chrissy WILL do is moan and cry about how the bank won’t loan her any money and she’s sad they won’t loan her money and she’s inconvenienced they won’t loan her money and why won’t they loan her any money???? Please give to my GoFundMe so I can have some money.

      None of that has anything to do with the bank deciding to write off the bad loan and not pursuing Chrissy for the debt anymore (forgiveness). It’s not worth the time or hassle to deal with someone like that, so let’s move on and go our separate ways.

    • L4frimaire says:

      Chrissy hasn’t put in the work to deserve an interview yet. She’s only issued her PR apology. She needs to issue personal apologies, work with anti bullying organizations, get more therapy, hell, train for a marathon, anything to stop looking like a shallow lightweight.

  13. Snuffles says:

    Chrissy, sweetie, just lay low for the next year or two. Focus on your family, continue therapy.

  14. Driver8 says:

    CT should 1) get the hell off social media for six months to a year or more 2) get intensive multi therapist therapy 3) volunteer at a suicide prevention center 4) apologize to the people she abused 5) discover the concept of humility.
    I am not a therapist, but I have been an asshole who’s been in therapy most of my life. I don’t think she’ll do any of the things I suggested, so I’m fine with her going away forever. I’m sure she has enough ‘fuck you’ money to live comfortably for the rest of her life.

    • Golly Gee says:

      Suicide hotline is a bad idea. She could end up whispering “do it, do it“ into the phone.

    • Purplehazeforever says:

      I agree, CT needs lots of therapy.

    • Mette says:

      Noooo. It actually requires training and compassion to work on a suicide hotline. Keep this troll far far away from this.

    • Nina says:

      She can’t. She is addicted to hearing her own voice and seeing her verbal “gems” in print. She is incapable of humility or introspection. It shows in her trying to equate herself with Meghan. Delusional fool.

  15. Woke says:

    An interesting move would be the red table with her and Stoden discussing what happened. Stoden seems sweet and wanting a genuine apology from her.
    An interview centering herself won’t do it even with Oprah help.
    The MM comparison is not it considering MM has been suicidal and Chrissy was telling people to kill themselves.

  16. Cait says:

    Oprah did that interview with Cynthia Erivo and allowed her to gaslight all black Americans and never addressed the heinous comments she made about Black Americans. So you never know. Side-note all Cynthia’s projects have flopped

    • Lala11_7 says:

      @CAIT …Me…NOT EVA looking at ANYTHING Cynthia EVA does in this life or the next is MY JAM!😡

      • BnlurNforever says:

        I don’t know why so many British actors make this same mistake when they come to the US. It’s like you literally had to leave that isle in order to do this thing you love and instead of respecting the AA here who’ve paved the way so you can get to do this thing you love, you look down on them and shoot off your mouths in inconsiderate ways. It’s annoying and a real turn off which prevents me from becoming fans of theirs.

      • Nina says:

        @BnlurNforever; They remind me of Samuel L Jackson’s character in the movie DJango. They have internalized the Salty Isle’s white supremacist attitude.

      • Nina says:

        +1. Didn’t care for her before she said all that crap. She just confirmed what I already did not like about her.

  17. Liz version 700 says:

    Kaiser you hit the exact point. Chrissy picked on people who were often either imperfect or perceived as imperfect to hide her predatory behavior. She fed from the drama of rallying thousands of Twitter followers around her choice of a bad guy. But she always punched down on her targets, and her judgement over who counted as unworthy was superficial and dangerously reckless. She targeted children more than once and pushed these people to end their lives. I truly wish she would go away. She is a trash human being. I don’t think she has any intention of doing that however. Mind you, I don’t wish her to hurt herself. I just wish she would be better. That is the difference in how non-sociopaths treat situations

    • Wrin says:

      While I agree with much that’s being said, I think it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that Chrissy – for all her wealth and good looks (questionable, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder) has to be a really unhappy individual. Hurt people hurt people and her behavior is a neon sign that she’s got some internal hurts that need healing and that she really needs to learn the beauty of a closed mouth.

      • Liz version 700 says:


      • Market Street Minifig says:

        Yes, sometimes people rain down hurt on others because they have been hurt themselves. Sometimes. Maybe that’s the case with CT, I don’t know. But I find chilling that it took the spectre of her own ruin to appeal to her better nature.

      • Juju says:

        This is what I’ve been saying forever. People who are happy and satisfied with their own lives DO NOT troll people, let alone tell them to slit their wrists. They just don’t. Only miserable people do things like this. And I agree that beauty is in the eye of the beholder 😉 but even that is slipping away.

      • Nina says:

        She did not make the SI cover for her looks, she made it for her knockers. Good looks, meh. But like you said beauty’s in the eye of the beholder. To me, she’s a bit of a butter face.

  18. nicegirl says:

    I can’t go for that, no can do

  19. ziaaa says:

    A sit-down interview with Oprah… very THOMAS MARKLE of you, Chrissy!!!! Abuse your victims and then try to cajole OW to hear and highlight your (The Bully’s) side!
    Are we going to get a picture of Chrissy T. planting herself in front of Oprah’s front gate demanding her interview like Toxic Tom?

  20. Hmm_yeah says:

    Ugh…Oprah is not going to touch this story.
    I find Chrissy troubling. She had a dummy spat with Alison Roman just last year when Alison mentioned how commercialised Chrissy is with her cookbook, target line and instagram and it’s a valid point. Chrissy is not especially talented, she got where she is with her looks, social media presence and connections but not much else. Chrissy over reacted and tried to cancel Alison who is a bona fide talented chef and Chrissy felt this was justified because of one stupid comment.

    • JJ says:

      At the time, didn’t most people take Chrissy’s side there? It was Alison who was labeled the bully and I don’t think her career has recovered. (Does she even work for the NYT anymore?)

      • Lena says:

        I know I’ve said it before but at this point the only thing for her to do is go away for longer than the month she did. Like it’s been said 6 months to a year would be good. But she is addicted to fame like a lot of them are.

  21. AmyB says:

    I literally cannot see Oprah doing this interview with her! I am trying to think of people she did difficult interviews with to “tell their truth” in terms of a scandal … Of course the Kardashians, but they don’t tell people to kill themselves, I think they are actually very kind to their fans. Lance Armstrong (but he was a sports icon, seven time Tour de France winner, and found in a huge drug cheating scandal – perhaps a bit arrogant and an asshole, but I understood her wanting that interview. Teigen ain’t no Armstrong lol). There was Rhianna discussing her relationship with ex-Chris Brown and her abuse at this hands. Yeah, no comparison there. Whitney Houston, describing the demise of her marriage and her struggles with addiction. I know there are others, but those jumped into my memory. Oh and of course, the huge Harry & Megan one recently.

    Chrissy Teigen doesn’t even deserve to be in the same room with those people. She tormented and bullied people relentlessly for years. And as others pointed out, they were people who were not going to be believed at the time, or were otherwise tabloid fodder themselves. Courtney Stodden was attacked for years in the media until we found out how she was truly used by her parents and then husband. Farah Abraham? Lindsay Lohan? These people are also always attacked in the media too. Sarah Palin, Donald Trump….on and on. And Teigen didn’t just bully, she told people to kill themselves and die! She needs to go away from social media and get some serious therapy, not do an interview with Oprah!

    Just NO Oprah! Honestly though, I truly think Oprah would laugh her ass off at the thought.

  22. Justjj says:

    Isn’t Oprah’s brand partially based on mental health advocacy? She’s got some delusions of grandeur here if she thinks she can get on Oprah for telling people to die.

    • Juju says:

      I think she’d have a rude awakening if Oprah did agree to have a sit down with her. I really hope that Oprah would hold her feet to the fire, but that could just be my wishful thinking. Who thinks CT will soon come out with some sad story about how she was abused, and that’s what led her to bully people.

  23. mimi says:

    Red Table Talk sounds more likely. Apart from Meghan and Harry, all of Oprah’s interviews are Apple+ exclusives with famous and accomplished people – Mariah Carey, Obama, Elliot Page, etc. 1.) How on earth can Chrissy fit into that list of people so I really doubt Oprah is gonna go out of her way to help her out. 2.) Apple+ isn’t exactly the best platform to endear yourself to the masses, it’s not accessible enough. The top facebook show hosted by Jada on the other hand….

  24. LovesitinNM says:

    Maybe Jada would want to touch this and give her a dose of reality. I can’t see Oprah going anywhere near this…

  25. Eve says:

    Everything I needed to know about this woman’s character (or lack thereof), I learned here:

    This was 2014. Am I surprised she’s being outed now as a certified self-absorbed, egomaniac c-word? Nope.

    Boy, do I love validation.

  26. psl says:

    I highly doubt Chrissy is “fine”. She is losing money left and right and being shredded by the media.

  27. HeyThere! says:

    The thing is, she acted like a nightmare for YEARS, she can’t undo it in a month. She needs to be kind and actually do the work and change and lay low for YEARS, but she won’t. She’s the same person-it’s just cutting her bottom dollar so she’s acting sorry. How sad. I also now think less and less of John everyday. He seemed so nice and that’s his wife, I get that he stands by her 100% but also…..yikes.

  28. Jules says:

    Teigen is everything that is gross and wrong about celebrity culture.

  29. JT says:

    If she would just go away for more than a hot minute, she would be much better off. That is her problem; she just can’t stay away from the drama of it all.

  30. Isserley says:

    Meghan Markle is a victim of bullying and abuse who suffered from suicidal thoughts as a result. Chrissy Teigen is a perpetrator of the same who tried to bully people into committing suicide. The comparison is gross.

  31. Shannon Brown says:

    I am convinced the that the only people who love Chrissy are trolls. I’ve never been a fan. TBH…her profile is really low, and she is only where she is now because of John Legend.

  32. mellie says:

    Seriously 1-2 years, go away, enjoy raising your cute little kids, cook for your family, stay off social media, enjoy your $$ and STFU!

  33. myjobistoprincess says:

    Oprah will not accept to be used for damage control. Oprah doesnt care abotu Chrissy’s carreer. She’s did the interview with Harry and Meghan becuase there was a higher lesson to be learned in the world. I hope she never says yes to this.

  34. DragonWise says:

    I know that John Legend isn’t responsible for his wife’s behavior, but I have always side-eyed him a little for how she seems to pull down his brand. She has always been about obnoxious behavior and stunts even before she became a Twitter troll, so I never understood her appeal, but this is just another level, and all he has to say about it is “she’s fine?” I mean, she’s out here destroying lives, and he’s going to grin and say she’s okay. Gross!

    • Maria says:

      He commented some cutesy hearts under her Instagram apology and got dragged. He’s all in it and supports her.

      • Wiglet Watcher says:

        He can stfu about stopping bullying and mental health awareness if it’s all just for his PR image.
        The man doesn’t care about the people his wife hurt if he can support and shelter her vs. pushing her to be better and holding herself accountable.

    • Shanaynay says:

      I’ve never seen the appeal of CT. Personally, I’ve always thought of her as annoying AF.

      I’ve already cancelled JL. I lost all respect for him.

  35. Emmitt says:

    The Meghan/Oprah interview worked because Meghan had not been talking and (financially) it’s a compelling story: Prince Charming walks away from the glitz and glamour of royalty for love. Who is this woman he walked away from royalty for? Why would you give up being a princess, which is so many women’s fantasy? What went wrong that you were chased out of the country? What is your story?

    EVERYONE was interested in what Meghan had to say because she hadn’t been allowed to say anything.

    Chrissy Teigen has been blathering about endlessly for the past 10+ years. We’ve all heard what she had to say to her victims. We’re not interested in what she has to say now, because she’s going to tell us anyway.

    Oprah is smart enough to put Chrissy Teigen, Thomas Markle and other assorted a__holes on ignore because abuse victim Oprah is not going to let Chrissy & Bad Dad rehabilitate themselves & use her platform to abuse their victims again.

    Oprah also knows if she were to interview Chrissy and give her the hard hitting questions, Chrissy would turn it around to claim Oprah victimized HER (as would Thomas Markle).

    Chrissy Teigen has not changed.

    Chrissy Teigen will not change.

    Chrissy Teigen CANNOT change.

    Chrissy can’t change and we can’t change her but what we can do is the following:

    Urge Twitter and other social media platforms to permanently ban her. She used social media platforms to encourage users to self harm themselves. Other people have gone to jail for doing just that when their victims took them up on their “advice.”

    In the meantime, everyone should block and ignore Chrissy Teigen.

    If John Legend continues to defend her and claim everything is great, block and boycott him too. All he needs to say is “It’s a private matter” or “We’re handling this privately,” not “Chrissy is just fine!”

    Do not purchase any products from any company that has a business association with Chrissy Teigen. You don’t need to urge a boycott, just practice curated purchasing.

    Chrissy Teigen is a terrible, disordered person. The only thing you can do with people like that is to put them and their flying monkeys on permanent ignore.

  36. EduBois says:

    The “source” is her PR. And the source was talking to a podcast? That’s the background? Pathetic.

    I know we collectively think black women and girls are impervious to pain or insult so we don’t care collectively that Tiegen was ridiculing a little 9 year old girl. No one cared when she did it! It was obviously mean-spirited and cruel then!! She did it openly! And no one cares now. I keep hearing about Stodden…

    That’s the story.

  37. Mimi says:

    I’m so sick of her

  38. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    “…she often targeted people who were already disliked or considered worthy of scorn.”

    This is exactly how horrific, ugly, criminally abusive people operate. They chose their victims wisely. And it makes them the worst people on the planet

  39. K says:

    I feel like putting up a sign that says “Please Do Not Worry About The Narcissists They Are OK “.

  40. L4frimaire says:

    Is Oprah a fairy to grant wishes? Chrissy seems more like the Red Table talk would be more appropriate for her to get whatever she needs to get off her chest. Talking about being a jerk on Twitter is not exactly compelling. I could just see the hard gaze and eye rolls if Oprah had to sit with this woman for more than 20 minutes.

  41. Susie says:

    I know CT keeps saying she did this for the attention but She was telling people to go and die in their dms. Those weren’t tweets to her followers those were private messages. That’s straight up bullying and harassment. And to me that says the most about her personality. Even when no one was looking she choose the meanest ugliest option.
    Also I get why everyone is like Oprah would never and CT is delusional about her fame level but while I don’t think Oprah would interview her on a big platform she may do a super soul Sunday or something smaller with her. Thou I agree jada is probably her best bet. Not because CT is super famous but because John is. John is super well liked with extremely high level contacts and friends in the industry. And he seems all in with his wife. If he is willing to push it he can get a big name for her. That being said while he always shows up for her he has never really pushes his friends to do so In the past. But she has never been in as much trouble as she is now.
    I always remember her walking in to the ridgemont high reading that John was doing with Pitt, Anniston et al. trying to pretend like it was accidental but also wanting all eyes on her. Julia Roberts looked bitchily amused (like she probably rolls her eyes and laughs when the event was over). John is allowed into very very alist circles but I feel like CT has always been tolerated solely cuz of John and if he ever left her she would lose a lot of her alist “friends”. And that’s one of the reasons she desperate and insecure she knows she only has attention by virtue of her marriage meaning she can lose it very easily. It’s also why she plays so loved up with John she needs him to love her cuz thru him other famous people/public are forced to pay attention to her.

  42. why? says:

    The best thing for Chrissy is to get rid of all of her social media accounts, go to real therapy(don’t just tweet that you saw a therapist who told you to get a hobby of your own and then post a photoshoot of the entire family engaging in that activity), take responsibility for her actions(don’t try to get sympathy by playing the victim), and lay low(don’t do any pap strolls, selfies, or interviews playing the victim) for at least 6 months.

  43. Valerie says:

    Good god, she never stops talking, does she?

  44. Shanaynay says:

    If Oprah were stupid and desperate enough to have this horrible person on her show, I for one, will not be watching. In my opinion, Oprah isn’t as great as she used to be. I used to watch her show religiously. Am I wrong?