She just released her third cookbook.
But Chrissy Teigen was raising temperatures outside of the kitchen on Wednesday.
The model, 35, was spotted flashing her sexy lace bra in a hot red suit as she stepped out, glammed up from head to toe, in New York City.
Red-y or not! Chrissy Teigen was spotted flashing her sexy lace bra in a hot red suit as she stepped out, glammed up from head to toe, in New York City on Wednesday
Jaws dropped as Chrissy stepped out into the sunshine with her cleavage and abs on full display.
The flared, high-waist trousers cinched into her svelte waist while the blazer was left open to show some skin.
The beauty looked mesmerizing with her hair styled into a fashionable side part with loose waves tumbling down the left side of her face.
She added another head-turning touch with a pop of fire engine red lipstick.
Va va voom: Jaws dropped as Chrissy stepped out into the sunshine with her cleavage and abs on full display
Busty display: Teigen flashed her cleavage in a sexy floral bra
An arty blue clutch contained her minimal essentials for the day.
Chrissy was wearing the outfit for her appearance on The Wendy Williams Show and on her Instagram posted video of herself striking poses backstage.
The beauty has been back on the publicity trail in support of her third cookbook, Cravings: All Together: Recipes to Love, which was officially released on Tuesday.
This week also saw Chrissy give her first TV interview since she was accused of cyberbullying multiple celebrities in cruel tweets – including one post where she urged a then-teenage Courtney Stodden to kill themselves.
Seeing red: In addition to her crimson suit, she rocked a shade of fire engine red lipstick
‘I’m actually a hundred days sober today and I’m so excited,’ the cookbook author revealed as she spoke with Today show’s Hoda Kotb on Monday. ‘I feel so good, I feel very clear-headed.’
‘Aside from being pregnant, I hadn’t gone more than a day or two [without a drink], ever, since I started drinking at 20 or so. I just never really had that period of time of clear thought,’ she admitted.
‘It became embarrassing,’ she said, adding that being with husband John Legend, who is ‘so respected, and so beloved,’ she realized, ‘I can’t be the messy one.’
‘Waking up in the morning and being like, “Oh, what did I say?” she said. ‘That feeling is not worth it. Not to mention the headaches and everything.’
Turning heads: The beauty mesmerized as she stepped out into the Big Apple
She means business: Teigen was wearing the outfit for her appearance on The Wendy Williams Show and on her Instagram posted video of herself striking poses backstage
Getting sober has helped her get clarity, and Chrissy talked about how she has changed since her Twitter scandal broke.
‘I feel like I’ve done the work and I just hope these people can forgive and be able to welcome the fact that hopefully they’ve seen me be better,’ she said.
Speaking about the fallout from the scandal, Chrissy — who lost several brand deals as a result of the controversy — insisted that she is ‘glad it happened’ because it ‘made her a stronger person’ and a ‘better person’.
‘Having this period of time, and time to digest it all, and being able to look back, and to realize that there is so much time to grow and to learn and to become more empathetic.
Flashing the flesh: Teigen left little of her cleavage to the imagination on her Instagram Stories
Speaking up: On Monday, Teigen gave her first TV interview since she was accused of cyberbullying multiple celebrities in cruel tweets – including one post where she urged a then-teenage Courtney Stodden to kill themselves
‘I look at my kids and what I want their values to be, and how I want them to treat people, and seeing that in myself, that I wasn’t doing that, was I think the hardest part for me — was realizing, my goodness, this really had an effect on people.
‘I think you learn so much in the moments where you do lose so much, you lose it all, your world is kind of turned upside down,’ she said.
‘For me it was a big moment of, “Wow, I need to find out how I can be better, how I can grow from this, learn from this.”
Growth: Speaking about the fallout from the scandal, Teigen — who lost several brand deals as a result of the controversy — insisted that she is ‘glad it happened’ because it ‘made her a stronger person’ and a ‘better person’
‘There’s that old cliché like I’m glad it happened, but, truly, it made me a stronger person, a better person.’
Chrissy said that she used to treat social media as if what she said didn’t matter, because ‘you felt like you weren’t taking to anybody [on the internet].’
‘You just threw things out there, you didn’t feel like anyone was gonna read it,’ she said. ‘You don’t really think about the impact and the person on the other side.
‘And I think about how much I’ve changed, just in the past year, and how much I’ve grown and learned. And then to think of that in the term of a lifetime, how much there room there is to always know more and be better.’
Chrissy first came under fire for cyberbullying in May of this year, when fans discovered that she had posted a barrage of tweets in 2011 telling a then-16-year-old Stodden — who had just tied the knot with 50-year-old actor Doug Stodden — to ‘go to sleep forever’.
After the tweets were revealed, Courtney — who identifies as non-binary — spoke out about the bullying they faced from Chrissy, insisting that the posts were only a small part of the picture and revealing that the former Sports Illustrated model would also ‘privately DM me and tell me to kill myself’.
Courtney said they were faced with relentless bullying both publicly and in private from Teigen, who tweeted at the then-teen in 2011: ‘My Friday fantasy: you. dirt nap. mmmmmm baby,’ followed by: ‘go. to sleep. forever.’
Chrissy apologized at the time, and spoke to Hoda today about making amends.
‘I wanted to make sure, first of all, that they were OK with me contacting them,’ Chrissy said. ‘Some people, you know, maybe they don’t want to be in contact with me, or they just had gotten past it, or moved past it themselves.
‘I just hope these people can forgive,’ she said, ‘and welcome the fact that, hopefully they’ve seen me be better.’
She didn’t say specifically whether Courtney had accepted her apology.
What’s cooking good looking? Teigen has released her third cookbook, Cravings: All Together: Recipes to Love