On Monday, SiriusXM host Megyn Kelly blasted celebrity Chrissy Teigen for making “three minions” carry the train of her gown when she and her husband, singer John Legend, arrived at Saturday’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner in Washington, the New York Post reported.
During Monday’s broadcast of “The Megyn Kelly Show,” the former Fox News host criticized Teigen’s “elitism” by having “the serfs behind her” as she arrived, suggesting that Tiegen behaved as if she was attending the coronation of King Charles.
Kelly noted that by her count, Teigen had “three minions following her” while holding the train of her “non-existent dress.”
Teigen’s gown, designed by George Hobeika, was a sheer lavender fabric that exposed more than Megyn Kelly wanted to see. Launching into the “I see London. I see France” children’s chant, Kelly added, “I see Chrissy’s underpants.” She added that nobody should be showing her underwear at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner.
Kelly suggested that Teigen’s entrance should serve as a cautionary tale for the people who planned to attend Monday’s Met Gala in New York. She said they too would “look like an elitist snob” if they showed up at the Met Gala with servants holding their train.
Ironically, during last year’s Met Gala, former Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton posed for photographers on the red carpet while a black man wearing a mask was kneeling beside her adjusting the hem of her gown.
Teigen’s royal arrival at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner was also blasted on Twitter, with most users calling out the left-wing, social justice poser for her hypocrisy.
Independent journalist Glenn Greenwald compared the video of Tiegen’s arrival to the video of the “team of masked servants” helping to prepare Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s “hair, nails, feet, and dress” before her 2021 appearance at the Met Gala when she wore her “Tax the Rich” gown.