It's early in the morning and you roll over to check your phone to see what hilarious, relatable thing Chrissy Teigen has tweeted - but wait, there's something else in place of hilarious tweets. She said it's not pronounced "TEE-gen", but rather "TIE-gen".
However some of her followers were quick to point out that fans have heard her say her name lots of times, and she always uses the Tee-gen version.
Similar to Grande, it turns out Teigen also lets people mispronounce her name.
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What have you been pronouncing Chrissy's name like?
Meanwhile, Grande published the true contrivance to reveal her name on Beats 1 Radio on August 17. "It's Tie-gen", she said in a video posted on Twitter. One Twitter user responded to Teigen, "But wait...when you say it YOU say tee-gen!" "They can call me Janet and I won't. 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.
E! News' Giuliana Rancic caught up with Teigen and her hubby John Legend on the red carpet at the 2018 Emmy Awards, where she grilled the couple on the shocking social media admission. Imperfect advise? I'll eat it. Taxi going to the contaminated airport? And no matter how you pronounce it, Teigen has proven that even if people don't say you're name right, it doesn't have to stop you from living your best life.