Leave it to Chrissy Teigen! The model delivered us with yet another meme-worthy moment at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 17, and it is arguably her best yet. Fans are going absolutely wild over the expression she makes before ducking low to hide from the camera.
That moment captured in time is nothing short of classic and fans are already having a ball on Twitter, saying “the queen of memes has struck again!” Just a few minutes after the show started, Chrissy’s duck and dodge took place and viewers didn’t miss a beat. “We’re also all Chrissy Teigen because yes, the intro is still happening,” one joked. “Chrissy Teigen ducking out of frame was funnier than anything in this monologue,” another chimed in.
— Lindsey Kupfer (@Lindseykupfer) September 18, 2018
“Chrissy is all of us realizing there are still three more hours of these bad Emmys jokes,” a third tweeted about the star, 32. The cameras love to pan to Chrissy for her reaction, because let’s face it: she wears her heart on her sleeve and is one of the most GIF-able stars on the planet, especially when it comes to award shows. On the plus side, she looked absolutely stunning in her sparkling silver gown while supporting her hubby, John Legend, 39, who secured the prize for Lead Performance in a Variety Series for Jesus Christ Superstar Live In Concert.
Earlier this year, Chrissy lived up to her meme reputation. The cookbook author was seated in the audience at the 88th Academy Awards on Feb. 28 and she looked super uncomfortable when Stacey Dash took the stage. “I cannot wait to help my people out. Happy Black History Month,” Stacey said, after previously claiming she wanted to eliminate Black History Month and the BET Awards. “I was making the face from the Stacey moment ahh not Sarah [Silverman]!” Chrissy tweeted. Either way, fans were living for it.
Only one year prior, Chrissy proved she was the star to watch. Obviously, because people even made a meme of Chrissy appearing to sleep at the Oscars. But this time, the host couldn’t help but get emotional after seeing her husband win the prize for Best Original Song category for Selma’s emotional anthem “Glory.” The model later took to Twitter after hearing that her face was all over the Internet. “Sorry I don’t practice my cry face OK,” she wrote. Fans are already looking forward to her witty response to this brand new meme!