Chrissy Teigen has shared some details about her latest project and it’s a court TV show. At least, we think it is. The model, author, TV host and person we would most want to sit next to at a dinner party just sent out a call for small claims on Instagram and we honestly don’t know whether she’s kidding.
Teigen posted a pic on her Instagram account on Friday morning and debuted the new logo for her show. Chrissy’s Court, which looks super official thanks to its courthouse ‘O’, is looking for people who need help with their ‘petty’ disputes. Issue with co-workers over the communal fridge? Pet custody battle? Financial ruin from being catfished? Teigen wants to hear your beef and will deliver her ruling. We think. Again, we’re not totally sure this is legit.
Teigen captioned the picture, which includes the very official firstname.lastname@example.org email handle, writing “Bought a bridesmaid dress for a wedding that never happened? Shitty roommate? Significant other watch a show without you? No claim is too small! If it’s petty, we want you!” We should note that the entire caption was written with upper case letters, so it was both loud and energetic.
If Teigen is serious about her new show, she definitely has an audience. Many followers have already begun airing their grievances on Teigen’s Instagram post. “When I’m not home when my amazon packages arrive my husband opens them,” writes on follower, with another adding “I have a complaint about my husband’s 5am alarm. Can I sue for emotional distress?” Husband crime seems to be the most common theme, with one of Teigen’s followers complaining “Husband refuses to change the toilet paper roll when it’s completed,” and another writing “I was sick and craving salt and vinegar Pringles… my husband came back from the shop with original salted Pringles claiming they were ‘practically the same.’” Chip crime is no joke.
Chrissy Teigen already has a packed schedule, including designing her own cookware line for Target, co-hosting Lip Sync Battle with LL Cool J, and her latest role as a judge on the competition series Bring The Funny. While the busy mom of two and Cravings cookbook author may not have any legal training, if there’s a celebrity that could handle their own court show, it’s Teigen. She already uses her platform to weigh in on difficult topics, like when your husband should work out and how to deal with your kids being cute but also the worst.
Move over Judge Judy, the honourable Chrissy Teigen is ready to take the stand.
we accept this case https://t.co/39uQLPV8hR
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 30, 2019