Chrissy Teigen says 'you only live once' in new selfie after model receives backlash for 'bullying' women on Twitter

CHRISSY Teigen shared a sultry new selfie to reveal she’s always going to live her life knowing that she only gets one shot at it all.

The 35-year-old model has been receiving backlash over her resurfaced “bullying” tweets toward other celebrities, but she put it out of her mind for a bit of me time.

After resurfacing on social media earlier this month, Chrissy has been once again sharing with fans little glimpses of her life, including her time with her husband John Legend and her kids Luna, five, and Miles, three.

On Friday, she posted her first selfie since her return to Instagram, showing off her new nails and her new jewelry.

Taking the snap while sitting in the car and the seatbelt still across her front, Chrissy pouted her pink lips and looked into the camera through her sunglasses.

She had on plenty of earrings, including studs and gold hoops, and a sparkling necklace, and her massive diamond ring, but it was her new piece that had everyone’s attention – a nose ring.


The mother-of-two captioned the new photo: “Will never stop saying yolo.”

The theme of You Only Live Once seemed to refer to the new nose ring she was showing off.

Her husband John appeared to love the look, simply commenting: “🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥”

Fans did, as well, with many commenting on the bling, as well as her fresh manicure, which featured a pink-red color at the bottom of the nails and a clear-ish color on top.


“I LOVE the nose ring. Where can I get one of these,” one follower asked.

A second wrote: “Yes with the nose ring!”

Another told the model: “Love the nose ring 🔥🔥🔥”

Others said that they love her earrings, diamond ring, and nails, too, while some let her know how much she’s “been missed” on social media.


The cookbook author recently found herself at the center of a bullying scandal, which has cost her a number of sponsorship deals.

Courtney Stodden – who is non-binary and prefers "they" pronouns – claimed in an interview that the model would send horrific tweets and DMs, including comments that appeared to encourage suicide.

Chrissy saw a downfall in her career after these comments came out, as well as when some of her other "bullying" tweets toward celebrities like Lindsay Lohan and Farrah Abraham resurfaced.

Her kitchenware has since been removed from Target's website, as well as Macy’s and Bloomingdales, and she was also removed from her role in season 2 of Netflix's Never Have I Ever.

Chrissy decided to quit Safely, her home cleaning brand with Kris Jenner, earlier this month.

Before leaving the company, she had been "cut" from all of the brand's marketing amid the bullying scandal.

 

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