Chrissy Teigen is finally acknowledging whether she’d join The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and it looks like she is not here for the prospect!
She’s Worried About Coming Off As “Too Fangirl-y”
Teigen commented on the matter during Thursday’s episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
During the sit-down, Chrissy was asked about her reactions to people — including Andy Cohen and RHOBH OG Kyle Richards — proclaiming they’d want Teigen to join the series.
In turn, Teigen said that while she adores the show, she thinks her being a fan would pose a problem.
“I love everything about it — obviously, I love watching the show. [But] 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 fangirl-y.”
As a result, Chrissy declared, “I don’t really think it’s a good idea for me.”
She went on to add that she’s not into the verbal sparring that Housewives shows often include.
“Also, it doesn’t seem like it, but I don’t like fighting.”
However, Andy assured Chrissy that she doesn’t “have to fight” and could be the “fun girl” instead.
Nonetheless, Teigen wasn’t here for the idea.
“But if you’re a fun girl, you also gotta be a ‘something else’ girl.”
Chrissy Teigen Comments On Reports Surrounding Kim Zolciak & Kroy Biermann
On top of acknowledging calls for her to join the series, Chrissy also shared her initial reaction to news about Kim Zolciak reportedly filing to divorce Kroy Biermann.
Chrissy shared that she “didn’t see this coming.” Additionally, she questioned if the split could have to do with some of the reports about their alleged “money issues.”
“I didn’t see this coming. But also you have to wonder, like, is this because of all the [alleged] money issues?”
Chrissy added that it “really came out of nowhere” before Andy shared that she reacted by texting him, “LOVE DOESN’T EXIST.”
“She texted, ‘LOVE DOESN’T EXIST.’ In all caps.”
Teigen wrapped by calling the entire situation surrounding the family “icky.”
“You feel for them. They have kids, and a family, and all these public troubles. And it’s just so icky.”