Video: Chrissy Teigen Fell Asleep At The Academy Awards
John Legend's wife Chrissy Teigen excelled at the Academy Awards. Rather than snoozing peacefully in her bed during the presentation of prizes, the American model chose to fall asleep in a full auditorium. Photos of the sleeping Chrissy have already become a reason for jokes on the Web.
The four-hour event proved overwhelming for Teigen, and in the midst of the ceremony, 31-year-old Chrissy lay down on her husband's shoulder and fell asleep.
It happened just at the moment when Casey Affleck received his first Oscar for his role in the film "Manchester by the Sea" and gave a speech of thanks. She remained in the same position when Emma Stone went out for her award.
The mother of her ten-month-old daughter can be understood - a small child does not allow for a full rest, nobody canceled household chores, and yet it was still necessary to prepare for the event. It's amazing that she didn't fall asleep earlier.
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