January 06, 2018 – Beauty Chrissy Teigen attends at the Art of Elysium’s 11th Annual Celebration in Santa Monica. Click on the thumbnails below to see the entire set of pictures.
Chrissy Teigen built a massive following with just 1 cookbook … and now it looks like she’s ready to build an empire around it.
The supermodel just applied to lock down the trademark, “Cravings,” to use on a bunch of home goods. The name comes from her 2016 cookbook “Cravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat.” According to the docs, Chrissy’s looking to slap “Cravings” on housewares like kitchen appliances, hair dryers, bed linens, towels, comforters, window treatments and more.
Chrissy appears to be branching into the blogosphere, too. Docs show she also applied to use “Cravings” for the name of a blog dedicated to homemaking, lifestyle, cooking and, of course, recipes.
If you’ve been following along with Chrissy Teigen‘s crazy story about her flight to Tokyo, you’re probably wondering how someone got onto the flight without a ticket. We finally have the answer!
Two brothers, who are American citizens, reportedly got onto the flight using the same ticket, which was duplicated. They both were traveling to Tokyo, but had booked flights on separate airlines so they were able to get through security without a problem.
One brother had a ticket on All Nippon Airways and the other had a ticket on a United Airlines flight, law enforcement sources told ABC News. The brothers have nearly identical names and used the same ticket to get on the ANA flight, though it’s not clear how the brother with a United ticket found a seat on the ANA plane. The FBI is considering weighing criminal charges against them.
“During the flight, the cabin crew became aware that one of the passengers boarded the incorrect flight and notified the pilot,” ANA said in a statement. “As part of the airline’s security procedure, the pilot in command decided to return to the originating airport, where the passenger was disembarked. ANA is researching the situation currently to determine how the passenger boarded the flight.”
Four hours into the 11-hour flight to Tokyo, the plane turned around and returned to Los Angeles.
Chrissy Teigen was on a flight to Tokyo on December 26 that had to be diverted back to Los Angeles after four hours in the air… because a passenger realized they were on the wrong flight.
Not only was the passenger on the wrong flight, the person reportedly had a ticket for a totally different airline. Chrissy live-tweeted what happened and instead of having the plane land in Tokyo, the plane rerouted and flew four hours back to Los Angeles.
“Why did we all get punished for this one person’s mistake? Why not just land in Tokyo and send the other person back? How is this the better idea, you ask? We all have the same questions,” Chrissy tweeted.
Thankfully, she doesn’t seem too upset. She wrote, “I don’t know why I’m not more upset about this. The pleasure I get out of the story is worth more to me than a direct flight to Tokyo.”