The model says sleeping together so soon can work out sometimes.
More often than not, women will receive advice about holding out on sex with a new partner for at least 90 days before giving up the cookie. Well Chrissy Teigen is here to show us how hooking up with a guy on the first night you meet could turn out just fine. The model and John Legend have now been married nine months and on a recent appearance on The Wendy Williams Show, she admitted that the two took their relationship all the way there on their first day together.
"I pretended not to care. We did the music video, we were together for 12 hours. This was eight years ago. And then we spent this entire day together, me in my underwear, him in a full suit. I went to go say goodbye to him at his hotel, and I just didn't ever say goodbye that night [laughs]."
When Williams asked if they hooked up, Teigen replied, "Yeah, Yeah. Sometimes it works out!"
Teigen also chatted about how she and the singer got involved after that first night.
"This had happened, and then I had to watch him on red carpets with other girls for a few months. Six months. He went on tour to Europe, and we just made sure to always stay in contact. I was pretending I didn't care, but I wasn't with anybody else…we've been together this entire time."
How cute is that? Teigen also addressed people's comments that they're "a weird pairing" because of their different personalities, but if it works for them then who cares what anybody else has to say. She definitely seems to take any criticisms in stride.
"Some people are very thrown by it because they're like, 'Oh my God, what a weird pairing!' Why on earth would John do that? He needs to be with a Rhodes scholar!' Of course, I went to community college for a couple of days [laughs], but I'm not ever going to be as smart as that man."
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