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Chrissy Teigen’s honesty is refreshing. She’s always been one to say it like it is, and her fans love her for that.

So, when she allegedly told a group of beauty editors at the launch of her new makeup collab (which has already sold out, sorry) with Becca Cosmetics that she’d had a bunch of work done, some of them took it at face value (no pun intended).

“Fake, fake, fake,” she reportedly told the group, pointing to her forehead, nose and mouth areas. We’re assuming this could mean Botox to smooth lines, but really, we still have no idea.

The 31-year-old star also answered a question about the wildest procedure she’s ever had done, responding that she’d “sucked her armpits” to remove unwanted fat. “It made me feel better in dresses. I felt more confident…It was the dumbest, stupidest thing I’ve ever done,” she said. “The dumbest, but I like it, whatever. I have no regrets, honestly.”

But later in the week, after the editors left the event and wrote their inevitable headlines, Teigen realized that she’d mislead them slightly (or slightly more than slightly), because the internet was all of a sudden popping off about all the work she’d allegedly had done.

So, she took to Twitter to clarify that the work wasn’t really “extensive plastic surgery” as some were reporting.

As proof, Teigen pointed to another part of her body that she claims she would’ve changed if she were on the market for “extensive” bodily adjustments.

Obviously there was some miscommunication at that press event, because we’re still a bit confused as to what has been done re: Chrissy’s face. So, none of it is fake? Some of it is fake? Regardless, it’s nice to know that sometimes, even the most gorgeous of models admit to a little extra help now and then.