Chrissy Teigen is “glad” her cyberbullying scandal occurred as a result of she’s grow to be a stronger individual since her fall from grace.

“I believe you be taught a lot within the moments the place you do lose a lot, you lose all of it, your world is form of turned the wrong way up,” Teigen informed Hoda Kotb on the “As we speak” present Tuesday. “For me it was a giant second of, ‘Wow, I have to learn the way I could be higher, how I can develop from this, be taught from this.’”

She added, “There’s that previous cliché, like, I’m glad it occurred, however really it made me a stronger individual, a greater individual.”

The mannequin, 35, additionally expressed in her first TV interview for the reason that scandal broke how she needed to be instance for her household.

“Having this time period to digest all of it and to look again and to appreciate that actually there’s all the time a lot time to develop and to be taught and to grow to be extra empathetic,” she stated. “I have a look at my youngsters and I have a look at what I need their values to be and the way I need them to deal with individuals, and to see that in myself that I wasn’t doing that.”

She continued, “The toughest half for me was realizing, my goodness, this actually had an impact on individuals. … You don’t actually take into consideration the affect and the individual on the opposite facet.” 

Hoda Kotb and Chrissy Teigen on the "Today" show.
Her sit-down with Hoda Kotb was her first interview for the reason that scandal broke.
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Teigen stated that she’s been she’s been making an attempt to make life adjustments, like selecting to be sober, to be able to transfer ahead from the drama.

“I’m really 100 days sober at this time and I’m so excited,” Teigen revealed. “I really feel so good, I really feel very clear-headed. I really feel like I’ve accomplished the work and I simply hope these individuals can forgive and have the ability to welcome the truth that hopefully, they’ve seen me be higher.”

Teigen was lambasted earlier this 12 months after Courtney Stodden, who is non-binary, got here ahead with merciless messages the cookbook writer had despatched, together with one telling Stodden to kill themself.

Chrissy Teigen on the "Today" show.
The mannequin revealed she’s 100 days sober.
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Teigen shortly expressed how sorry she was, saying she was “mortified” by her previous feedback and “insecure” on the time.

However that didn’t cease partnerships from dropping Teigen after bullying accusations got here to mild and her cookware line was pulled from Macy’s. She and Goal additionally parted methods, although her rep claims it was a mutual determination.

Chrissy Teigen on a red carpet in 2019.
Chrissy Teigen has realized quite a bit since being canceled over her previous cyberbullying.
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