Chrissy Tiegen and John legend’s plane just returned to LAX mid-flight after stunning find

Celebrity and model Chrissy Teigen has won the hearts of much of America with her intelligence, wit, and beauty as well as her constant, hilarious takedowns of our incompetent president. The country loves to follow her escapades, so when a flight she was on went very wrong recently, her live account of the incident went instantly viral.

Four hours into a flight to Tokyo, Teigen, her husband superstar musician John Legend, and the rest of the passengers were forced to turn around and return to Los Angeles after it was discovered that one of the passengers was on the wrong flight, reports CNN.

The unauthorized passenger had somehow gotten on the flight, and the airline decided the safest bet was to turn around and bring all 226 passengers on a four-hour return flight to LA.  An aviation source told CNN it was an “administrative mix-up.” It’s still unclear how the passenger managed to get on the plane.

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Throughout the proceedings, Teigen unleashed an epic, hilarious tweetstorm, interspersing jokes with live updates, and riveting her audience. It was a lengthy ordeal, but the funny tweets ended up being a charming gift to her fans, reminding us once again why she is so beloved. Check them out below.

Thankfully, everything worked out for her in the end. Hopefully, her trip to Tokyo is worth the time it took to get there and her return flight goes a little more smoothly!

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.


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