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".
Listen to Chrissy and her momma confirm (above) that her last name isn't pronounced 'tee-gan'.
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Chrissy Teigen isn't the only star whose name is constantly mispronounced.
"I'm exhausted of living this lie - it's Tie-gen", the Twitter-savvy model shared in a crucial update on Twitter. "It's Tie-gen." In the background, her mom hilariously affirms the shocking revelation with a "Yep!" She tweeted that people are saying her name wrong. Wrong order? I'll eat it. Taxi going to the wrong airport? (It's not quite a Jerry/Garry/Larry/Terry situation.) "I don't correct people, ever", she added.
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You owe me an apology. "In comparison, I never saw (Rafael) Nadal shouting like that with an umpire ". She was called on three violations over the course of the match .
The whole thing kicked off when a college student expressed shock that most people don't correctly pronounce Ariana Grande's last name. "I'll change my flight".
Chrissy revealed the news after one fan praised her for never calling anyone on their mispronunciation. "I should keep it. Imma keep it", Grande told host Ebro Darden when she was asked if she would take fiancé Pete Davidson's last name when they get married.
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Police said a Coles employee had discovered the silver rod in a punnet of strawberries they had purchased at work. The photograph shows a cardboard tray half full with punnets of strawberries.