Chrissy Teigen Wanted To Know If Getting A Bikini Wax While Pregnant Was Way More Painful, So She Asked Twitter

January 13, 2023 / Posted by:

As we know, Chrissy Teigen is pregnant again. Her and John Legend’s baby should be here any day now, and she must be bored, in need of attention, or a combination of the two; because she recently took a break from ripping off cake mixes to take to messy-ass Twitter to ask 12.9 million of her closest pals if getting her pregnant fur-burger waxed would hurt just a little bit worse than normal or excruciatingly worse. She got a mixed bag of answers–and I got a definitively icked bag of mental images.

Chrissy tweeted to the masses the other day to ask a question to millions that she could’ve easily just texted to her esthetician:

Lots of people weighed in with questions and comments, and Chrissy replied to a few, via People:

“I can’t unsee this,” tweeted one fan, to which Teigen fired back, “Imagine what the poor [aesthetician] has to see.”

“Why even bother,” wondered another. Teigen’s explanation? “Trying to do the doctors a solid.”

And the rest of the replies gave no discernible consensus on the pain level:

And one suggestion that I’m surprised isn’t already a celebrity option:

Now that Chrissy’s a changed woman who doesn’t use the internet to make people miserable anymore (at least in the conventional way), she spends much of her time attempting to be quirky and relatable. A rich, classy lady like Chrissy doesn’t already have her entire body lasered? I guess that wouldn’t allow for this calculated pube discussion. I’m disappointed she completely missed this opportunity to make John wax her chocha on Instagram Live and save all of the rippings to re-up her transplanted eyebrows. She’s losing her touch!

Pic: BauerGriffin/ Images

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