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Model, Lip Sync Battle co-host, and cook book author Chrissy Teigen just shook up the Twitter world when she announced we've all been pronouncing her name wrong.


In all fairness, we can't be too hard on ourselves. Turns out Teigen has been letting everyone slide and mispronouncing it herself.

It all started when a Twitter user pointed out that the public has been mispronouncing Ariana Grande's name.


Which led another person to point out that Grande isn't the only one.


That's when Teigen rolled in and agreed.



Which led to a whole lot of confusion because "Tie-gan" has been saying Tee-gan.



So much confusion.







Even "Tie-gan" seemed confused.


She had everyone so messed up.






And then this happened. She called in the big guns and asked Mom.


Now we all know so there is no excuse.

H/T: US, Entertainment Tonight

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