Chrissy Teigen’s boob job confession on Watch What Happens Live

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If you put talk show host Andy Cohen, model Chrissy Teigen and reality star Kate Chastain in a room together, you know it’s going to be a fun time.

On the January 29 episode of Cohen’s late-night talk show Watch What Happens Live, Teigen accidentally confessed to getting three boob jobs during a game she absolutely didn’t understand.

Cohen’s game required both women to simply look into each other’s eyes and exchange lies back and forth for 30 seconds. If one of them hesitated, the other would get a point.

Chastain kicked things off by saying, “My husband is John Legend,” to which Teigen quickly replied, “False.”

Since she was clearly confused about the rules, Cohen clarified, “Well, no. You now say a lie.”

The model took another moment to think of a lie, before finally blurting out, “I’ve had my boobs done three times.”

Meanwhile, she continued to sit blank-faced while the former Below Deck chief stew told lies like, “I hate you,” and, “I never drank on charter.”

After the 30 seconds was up, it was clear that Teigen did not win the matchup as she told the duo, “I don’t even understand this game!”

However, this wasn’t the last time it was brought up. Later on in the episode, Teigen interrupted a second game as she wondered why Cohen didn’t question her further about her boob jobs.

“I feel like the boob job thing is never gonna come back around and now no one’s gonna know,” Teigen said, to which Cohen later responded, “We know that was a lie.”

The television personality then confirmed that her statement was, in fact, true, explaining, “I’ve had a lift, put in, take ‘em out, I don’t like ‘em out. Yeah … Oh, was that supposed to be a lie?”

Teigen’s delayed realisation forced Cohen to rehash the rules of the game, in which the two women merely had to tell lies for 30 seconds.

“I would like the record to show I still won,” Chastain chimed in. “She may not have understood. I still won.”

This story originally appeared on Decider and is republished here with permission.