We’ve All Been Pronouncing Chrissy Teigen’s Last Name Wrong For YEARS

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The supermodel and mom revealed on Twitter that everyone says her last name incorrectly.

We know Chrissy definitely has some serious fire inside her, so we're equally as shocked to find out that she's a total people-pleaser!

And when someone else pointed out that she occasionally mispronounces her own name, the 32-year-old responded that she's basically lost all sense of self over the years: "I know".

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And now Chrissy's gotten so used to the new incorrect pronunciation that she's started believing it's actually her name. Off camera, her mother confirmed it with a "Yep!"

"I'm exhausted of living this lie".

Teigen's admission came after some Twitter users shared a clip of two radio hosts discussing how they had been mispronouncing Ariana Grande's name wrong all this time, with one user referencing how badly society has botched Teigen's. Some of my peers may have stumbled into "tee-gen", but come on, it's clearly tay-gen, right? It's all in good fun, of course (they quite clearly are sickeningly loved up), but it's just bloody amusing and I love it.

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"But I will still say Tee-gen", she reluctantly admitted. "I'll change my flight".

"I don't correct people, ever", she tweeted. "I grew up saying [Grandee]".

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