Chrissy Teigen ‘grew up’ with ‘Roseanne’, but says she will not watch the reboot

FILE – In this Nov. 11, 2017 file photo, Chrissy Teigen attends the 6th Annual Baby2Baby Gala honoring Gwyneth Paltrow in Culver City, Calif. Teigen, known for her unfiltered comments on social media, spoke with the Associated Press, Friday, March 30, 2018, to promote her creative consultant role with Pampers, and the singer and her husband John Legend is the next live performance in “Jesus Christ Superstar Live” on NBC. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)

(2017 Invision)

Chrissy Teigen is a celebrity who is not jumping on the “Roseanne” reboot bandwagon.

In a new interview with the Associated Press, Teigen opened up about her honest, no-filter comments, shared her Beyonce bite knowledge, and explained why they did not look at the new “Roseanne” reboot.

Argh. Hit show on ABC. we have reached a peak normalization.

— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) March 29, 2018

“It is a show that I grew up on,” the model said of “Roseanne.” “My father still reminds me so much of John Goodman. I related to that family so much more than a family on television. I remember the way Roseanne would speak to D. J. about having a friend of another race. I really think that there is room for shows with different viewpoints than me.”

Although the “Lip-Sync Battle” star was a fan of the original “Roseanne” series when she was younger, Teigen admitted that as an adult with different political views, the show of stars, it is hard for her to relate to the restart of the show.

“It is difficult for me to support someone personally that is so very different — they are not even in different views,” she explained. “It comes down to is that humanity has a point of view. … But it is difficult. I love reality TV, but if you want to dig in, these shows are probably not the greatest to look at.”

President Trump has freed so many children held in the bondage of pimps over this world. Hundreds per month. He has broken human trafficking rings in high places everywhere. notice that. I disagree about some things, but give him the benefit of the doubt-4 now.

— Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) March 31, 2018

With more than 26 million followers on both Instagram and Twitter, the model, the views are well spread out. But the star also is also aware of her social media trolls and remembered the first time she realized that her social media comments were examined.

“To be honest, when I first made my first big brand endorsement that was the first time where I could not say what I thought was funny because there is a fire recoil,” Teigen admitted. “Or if I couldn’t go to more because I’m always proud of myself as an outsider, so I have to comment on performance, just like a regular fan. When I couldn’t do that [anymore], I knew that it was over for me.”

The model recently launched her social media clout to make it public that she knows the identity of the mysterious person who allegedly little bit of Beyonce at a party in December — the scandal that has launched a probe into the Hollywood elite.

I’M NEVER going to TELL, I’m afraid I’ve said too much KNOWLEDGE IS A CURSE!

— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) March 26, 2018

“It’s funny, because I really believe that we hit so hard as a nation through so many really hard topics, really, really tough things. And for something like this to happen where we could all just bond,” Teigen said. “I have not spoken with anybody [about]. The funniest part about it is not that big of a deal and so not what people think.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

You can find Morgan M. Evans on Twitter @themizfactor.

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