Hope you have the tissues out, because this interview gets EMOTIONAL. Kween Banks went on The Tonight Show in a truly incredible outfit, and she and Jimmy really tapped into some deep dark feelings. Prepare to ugly cry.
Whenever we feel sad and the world is getting us down, we just watch that clip of Chrissy yelling at paparazzi on the red carpet. Every friggin thing that comes out of her mouth is gold, as is every picture she puts on the internet.
It was a no-brainer to make this badass mother our woman crush of the week. Oh and also, if you’re not following her on Twitter you’re missing out on some true gems:
I really like that Taco Bell wrappers crumple up so nicely and stay crumpled and I feel like that goes unnoticed by a lot of people
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 5, 2016
I’ll take the ignorance but hands down the worst part of this entire thing is the fact I gave anyone the misconception I care about pageants
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) August 2, 2016
Put it back in it’s egg thing it’s too good for this world https://t.co/NvxeWagBNY
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) July 29, 2016
Pretty sure there’s not a single person in the world who looks good crying. And if you’re that person, TELL US ALL OF YOUR SECRETS?!?!
But seriously, we’re much more acquainted with looking pretty terrible while we weep. In her newest vid, Cristen Conger explains the science of the Ugly Cry and why it’s actually a SUPERPOWER.
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International Resources for Suicide Prevention : http://www.suicide.org/international-suicide-hotlines.html
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