Were You Offended By Chrissy Teigen’s ‘hooha’? Here’s An Apology


Chrissy Teigen’s ‘hooha’ was literally out there in the open for all to see when she walked the red carpet with her husband and R&B star John Legend.

One award that should have been announced at the American Music Awards 2016 which took place on Sunday night was the most revealing dress on the red carpet which Chrissy Teigen would have scooped without a glitch.

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All eyes were literally on the model who joined her husband John Legend at the glamorous event. However, all the glamour went sour when Chrissy gave viewers a little more than their money’s worth.

The 30-year-old model suffered a major wardrobe malfunction as she bared it all in a daring thigh-split backless black dress. She made sure to accessorize her outfit well but forgot to wear an underwear. The over-the-edge split, which rose all the way above her waist on both sides, was held together by two golden safety pins. But, the pins didn’t do much in covering up her gorgeous body.

Thus, her flimsy ensemble couldn’t hold it together when it became a little breezy on the red carpet. Unconsciously, she tried to protect her modesty with a strategically placed clutch bag.

Nonetheless, her efforts were in vain as the splits gave in to the breeze, revealing more than a lot of flesh. In fact, Chrissy Teigen’s ‘hooha’ was bared for the viewing pleasure of anyone who cared to look. And who wouldn’t?

Chrissy Teigen's 'hooha’

Unfortunately, the mishap happened on the red carpet where nothing passes by without someone noticing. And the ever clicking cameras didn’t help matters either.

Shortly after the wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet at the AMAs on Sunday night, Chrissy took to Instagram to apologise to anyone who may have been offended by her nude display.

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“apologies to anyone harmed mentally or physically by my hooha (sic)”