Chrissy Teigen place her Photoshop capabilities to function to poke entertaining at the bombshell college admission scandal.
Teigen, 33, took to Twitter Wednesday to share a photo of her and husband John Legend’s faces Photoshopped onto soccer players’ bodies. The model also employed celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin and husband Mike Rosenthal’s faces in the spoof photographs.
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“Does this appear actual? We are attempting to get into Harvard,” she captioned the post, which had practically 90,000 likes as of Thursday afternoon.
“I really feel like mine could pass,” she added in a separate tweet.
Teigen’s joke was in reference to the college admissions scandal that involved wealthy households allegedly paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to safe a location for their kids at some of the nation’s most prestigious universities such as Yale, the University of Southern California and Georgetown, amongst other folks.
In some situations, according to court records released Tuesday, parents would allegedly spend the scheme’s “ringleader” – William Rick Singer of California – to bribe the coaches to fill slots the universities allocated for new players with his clients’ kids. To evade suspicion, the coaches and Singer would purportedly inform the potential students to pose for photographs or would alter stock pictures and Photoshop their faces onto athletes’ bodies, to help athletics-primarily based admissions.
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In total, 50 people today – including “Desperate Housewives” star Felicity Huffman and “Full House” alum Lori Loughlin – have been charged in the scheme.
Teigen is not the only celebrity who’s poked entertaining at the scandal. Quite a few other folks, like “Grace and Frankie” actor Ethan Embry and “Mindy Project” star Ike Barinholtz, have taken to social media in current days to mock Huffman and Loughlin and other folks for their alleged involvement in the scheme.
Fox News’ Katherine Lam and Jennifer Earl contributed to this report.