Grapevine: We've been saying Chrissy Teigen and Ariana Grande's last names wrong
We've been saying Chrissy Teigen and Ariana Grand's last names wrong
Chrissy Teigen dropped a bomb on Twitter Sunday night, posting a video that reveals the media and public have been pronouncing her last name wrong for years. "I'm tired of living this lie" the model said on the video. "It's 'TIE-gen.'" She also tweeted explaining that she never corrects people. "They can call me Janet and I won't (correct them)," she wrote. "Wrong order? I’ll eat it. Taxi going to the wrong airport? I’ll change my flight." Recently pop star Ariana Grande also spoke out about people mispronouncing her last name. She said her grandparents pronounced it "GRAND-ee" and that's how she grew up saying it. Most people pronounce it "GRAWN-day."
Stevie Wonder announces Caesars Windsor show
Stevie Wonder brings his show, “The Stevie Wonder Song Party: A Celebration of Life, Love and Music” to the stage of Caesars Windsor this fall. Tickets start at $75 Canadian and go on sale at noon Friday for the Nov. 6 concert at the Colosseum venue at the casino. Tickets can be purchased at ticketmaster.ca, CaesarsWindsor.com or in person on Fridays-Sundays at the box office on the second floor of the main casino building.
Former Fox 2 anchor Al Allen hosts book event
A familiar face on Fox 2 for many years on the channel’s morning show and evening newscasts, retired journalist Al Allen will appear at the Detroit Public Library on Tuesday evening as part of the fall author series. Allen wrote a memoir, “We’re Standing By,” telling his life story as a Detroit journalist. The event is 6-8 p.m. at the library, 5201 Woodward in Detroit. Register for the free event at al-allen.eventbrite.com.
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