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Chrissy Teigen

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Chrissy Teigen always has a lot to say, so you could imagine all the gems she shared when at the 2015 Television Critics Association summer press tour, where she was promoting her upcoming show FABLife alongside Tyra Banks.

Obviously, one of the things fans wanted to know is whether or not we're going to see some familiar faces on the upcoming daytime show—like hubby John Legend or even Chrissy's mom, Vilailuck Teigen.

"That's actually a dream of hers and mine. Especially her. Let me tell you, she is a star now. She wants a publicist, everything," Teigen quipped, adding that it wouldn't be a far stretch to see Legend on there, too.

"We're so out as a couple and happy to be together that it wouldn't be unnatural for him to be on the show and make an appearance or even sit in the audience," she told the crowd, "For me, this is my family now and he comes to Lip Sync Battle all the time, my dogs, I made sure my dressing room was hit for the animals. It's my home now."

Chrissy Teigen, John Legend


Speaking of home, Chrissy is no stranger to traveling the world with her famous hubby, but the celeb explains that she's come to a point in her life where she's ready to settle down and start a family.

"I'm aging. I love bouncing around. I love going on tour with John, we've considered ourselves bicoastal for 10 years now. It's definitely weird and different to have a home now," she said. "I'm ready to have a family and call Los Angeles my home."

When she's not taking on hosting duties, Teigen is in the kitchen cooking up what we can only assume are more delicious dishes, even if she is her toughest critic. "There are plenty of times when I don't love something. John always thought my book should be called The Insecure Chef because I would make something and then it would be in the trash," she admits.

"He would honestly reach in and taste it and be like, ‘Why did you throw this away? I can't believe it!' I make mistakes all the time. Trust me, I'm like everyone else. I didn't go to school. Cooking and watching TV is like my happy space."

And as for her latest feat (you know, when she balanced a plate of chicken wings on her booty), Chrissy confesses it's not as hard as it looked. "When you have no butt, it's much easier! That was my hip, it was just a flat space."

—Reporting by Tierney Bricker