TV personality and model Chrissy Teigen shared why she doesn’t see herself starring on Bravo’s “Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills” show.
Teigen, who has been tipped by a few of the show’s stars like Kyle Richards and Erika Girardi to join the set, recently sat with Andy Cohen, where she explained that her reason for not wanting to star on the show was because she doesn’t like any form of fighting.
The model was recently in the news when she responded to speculations she used a surrogate to welcome her new baby with her husband, John Legend.
Read on for more details.
Why Chrissy Teigen Will Not Join ‘RHOBH’
According to People Magazine, Teigen, known for her honesty and witty humor, she cited her aversion to engaging in on-screen conflicts as the primary reason for declining the offer to star in the “Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills” show.
Reality shows like “Real Housewives” have long been associated with drama, feuds, and heated confrontations that often drive the narrative forward. However, Teigen, 37, pointed out that her refusal to participate was because of her boundaries.
The “America’s Next Top Model” alum appeared on an episode of “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen, revealing why she’d not be joining the show anytime soon.
“I mean, I love everything about it. , I love watching the show. I don’t think fans of the show are necessarily good on it because we know too much, and I think they come in, and it seems like they’re too fan-girly,” she said, responding to Cohen’s notion of her being his “dream celebrity.”
She added, “Also, it doesn’t seem like it, but I don’t like fighting; I don’t. I would cry a lot!”
Andy Cohen Says Chrissy Teigen Could Be The ‘Fun Girl’ On The Show
The renowned television personality and producer Cohen responded to Teigen’s statement about declining the offer to join the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast due to her aversion to conflict.
The executive producer of the “Real Housewives” franchise suggested that Teigen could find her niche as a “fun girl” on the show if she doesn’t want to immerse herself in the drama-filled world of reality television, but Teigen didn’t give in.
“Well, good, you don’t have to fight; you can be the fun girl,” Cohen told the cookbook author.
She then replied, “But they hate the fun girl.”
“No, absolutely not!” Cohen responded, adding that “Real Housewives Of New York City” star Sonja Morgan is a “fun girl.”
She Gushed About Her ‘WWHL’ Interview On Instagram
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Shortly after her appearance on the show, Teigen shared clips of her chat with Cohen on her Instagram account and captioned it, “HOME SWEET HOME with my lord and savior @bravoandy! See you tonight on @bravowwhl!!”
The former “Snack Off” judge was enchantingly dressed in a pink, off-the-shoulder mini dress and completed the look with a pair of silver strappy heels and pearly earrings.
Her host for the evening, Cohen, took to the comments section of her post and shared several love emojis before asking her to “Come back.”
Teigen’s fans also used the opportunity to talk about her stunning look. A fan wrote, “crushing hard on these shoes,” while another added, “Chrissy, your beauty is all the camera could take on one set.”
About the “Real Housewives” topic, one fan noted, “Never become a housewife; you’re good right where you are.”
Chrissy Teigen Reacts To ‘Surrogate’ Speculations
A recent rumor made the rounds that Teigen and her husband, John Legend, had used a surrogate to welcome their new baby, Esti. It began after Teigen posted a picture of her baby to Instagram, noting her 3-month-old “still has the angel on her forehead.”
A curious commenter quizzed the model if she welcomed Esti through a surrogate, while another alleged that she used bump prosthetics called a “moon bump.”
The former “Lip Sync Battle” host, never one to shy away from addressing rumors head-on, took to social media to set the record straight.
On her Instagram stories, she pointed out that she was “obsessed with this comment” before addressing it by posting a picture from after she gave birth to Esti, captioning it “Extremely realistic ‘moon bump.'”
In addition to their newborn, Teigen and Legend share two children: daughter Luna, 7, and son Miles, 4.