Chrissy Teigen is a celebrity who will not jump on the "Roseanne" reboot train.
In a recent interview with the Associated Press, Teigen has commented on her candid, no-filter comments, shared her Beyonce bite knowledge, and explained why she will not see the new "Roseanne" reboot.
"It's a show I grew up on," said the Roseanne model. "My dad still reminds me so much of John Goodman, I have so much more to do with this family than any family on TV, and I remember the way Roseanne talked with DJ about having a friend of a different race "I really think there's room here for shows with different angles than me."
Although the "Lip Sync Battle" star was a fan of the original "Roseanne" series when she was younger, Teigen admitted that as an adult with different political views of the star of the show, it is difficult for them to relate to the newly launched show.
"It's hard for me to support someone so wildly different – they do not even have different views," she explained. "It's just humanity's point of view … but it's hard, I love reality TV, but if you want to deal with it, those shows are probably not the best you can see."
With more than 26 million followers on Instagram and Twitter, the views of the model are well distributed. But the star is also aware of her social media trolls and remembered the first time she realized her comments were questioned from social media.
"Honestly, when I first got my first big badge, it was the first time I could not say something I thought was funny because it could give brand reactions," Teigen admitted. "Or when I could not go to the awards because I was always proud to be an outsider, I was able to express myself like a normal fan, but when I could not [anymore] I knew it was over was for me. "
The model recently took advantage of her social media clout to reveal that she knows the identity of the mysterious person who is said to have bitten Beyonce at a party in December – the scandal that hit the elite of Hollywood tracking.
"It's funny because I really believe that we've been hit by so many really difficult issues, really, really hard things, as hard as a nation, and so that something can happen where we can all just be connected "Dough said. "I have not talked to anyone [about it] The funniest part of it is that it's not a big deal and not what people think."
The Associated Press has contributed to this report.