Chrissy Teigen used to be the most recent superstar to sign up for Vogue for her very personal “73 Questions” section.
She mentioned her 2nd cookbook (Cravings 2), what she texts husband John Legend (footage of child Luna, duh) and her maximum memorable Halloween dress (“Toddlers and Tiaras”). She additionally mentioned what it used to be love to get blocked via President Donald Trump on Twitter.
“What did it feel like being blocked on Twitter by the leader of the free world?” Condé Nast’s Joe Sabia requested.
Teigen had a one-word answer: “Euphoric.”
The creator and type were given the overall Trump shun again in July after years of talking out towards him. She thinks the overall straw used to be if truth be told a relatively benign commentary — “no one likes you.”
Teigen has been talking out towards the “Apprentice”-judge-turned-president for just about a decade.
“I have been very anti-Trump since ‘The Apprentice,’ like when it first started, so it didn’t start during the presidency like everyone thinks. This goes pretty deep,” she instructed People. “And I don’t even follow him so I’m definitely fine being blocked. There’s just this part of me that’s so happy that he had to actually do that. It’s just funny.”