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Chrissy Teigen's Cry Face Basically Had a Social Media Strategy

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An award show without at least one cry face? Impossible. Chrissy Teigen fell victim to the cry face anticipators at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards, as husband John Legend won for Best Original Song. Of course, the model handled being caught off guard in a moment of weakness like a boss, tweeting, retweeting, and Instagramming as the Internet butchered her face on Photoshop. If you can't beat 'em.


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