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    The US first lady has become a target for countless jokes and parodies with many celebrities trying to copy her looks, facial expressions or mocking her manner of speaking. John Legend’s wife, model Chrissy Teigen, has decided that she could pull off this joke, as well. Some, however, seemed not so sure about it.

    Model Christine Teigen, known to be a vocal critic of current US President Donald Trump and his administration, has shared the result of a makeover, which made her look like her arch-enemy’s wife, Melania, as she claimed on Twitter.

    “I..I look like melania [sic],” John Legend’s wife, who is also a television personality and author, noted in the caption to a short video, which pictured her trying to mimic the FLOTUS’ facial expression.

    ​Her take on the resemblance with the first lady was not unanimously shared online. Some even branded her claim “an insult” to Melania Trump.

    ​However, others seemed quite pleased and even suggested that she could cash in on the effort.

    ​Teigen has a history of spats with the US president, which includes a vicious exchange and blocking on Twitter. In September, Trump blasted her husband, Grammy-winning singer John Legend, as “boring” and Teigen as “filthy-mouthed”, although not directly tagging her - after Legend appeared on NBC Nightly News to discuss the US criminal justice system and praise the reform group FreeAmerica founded by him.

    The president had seemingly been vexed at not getting due credit for the passage of criminal justice reform legislation. She responded swiftly, firing back that he was a “p***y a** b****.”


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