Chrissy Teigen Says Everyone Mispronounces Her Last Name

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Take Texas news reporter and producer Heidi Alagha, who unfortunately learned the hard way about celebrities clapping back on social media sites. She tweeted that people are saying her name wrong.

"I don't correct people, ever". Grande explained that her brother decided they should pronounce their last name as the more flashy "Grahn-day" while her grandfather always said "Gran-dee". "I'll change my flight", she continued while responding to another fan. John said, "We knew her father still calls himself Tie-gen, and the original Norwegian pronunciation is Tie-gen".

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While we can't relate to millions of people mispronouncing our surname on a daily basis, we can sympathize with Teigen's all-too-relatable take on keeping a cringe-worthy conversation at bay. While she cleared up that her last name is pronounced "Sigh-fred", her sister actually says it differently as "Sigh-freed".

After that clip of Grande, 25, was shared to Twitter, model and author Teigen was drawn into the conversation - and revealed her name is just as misconstrued. Teigen got her mom Vilailuck - who famously lives with Teigen and Legend - to chime in.

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Chrissy Teigen attends the 70th Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 17, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

What's more, it seems Chrissy isn't the only superstar whose name everyone says wrong.

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