Chrissy Teigen was struggs to func at the Critics Choice awards

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  • Celebrity hangovers = a lot of effort

    You’ll know the feeling – you’ve had a big night, you’re hungover, and all you need in your life is a large Dominos and Ru Paul’s Drag Race reruns.

    However, when you’re a celebrity there’s no way that you can stay curled up on the sofa in front of Netflix. There are things to do, people to see, places to be – like the Critics Choice awards.

    And while Chrissy Teigen would have probably preferred to be at home in her sweat pants, she turned up at the ceremony looking fierce as ever despite her hangover.

    On Saturday night, Chrissy was celebrating her husband, John Legend’s, 40th birthday. It was a grand James Bond-themed affair, and guests included everyone from the Kardashians to Miguel. They clearly had a ball (have you seen the Instagram photos?) as they partied the night away.

    A source at the party told E! News: ‘The dance floor was packed with people all night. At one point, Chrissy got behind the DJ booth and thanked everyone for coming.

    ‘Then they all sang Happy Birthday to John and he loved it. Everyone seemed to have amazing night.

    Would have liked an invite, but okay.

    Then Sunday rolled around and Chrissy had to put her sore head to one side and make her way into the dressing room to prepare for the Critics Choice awards.

    Taking to Instagram, she shared her thoughts on the big event from the comfort of her bed as she struggled to get ready.

    ‘Oh my God,’ she said as she lay in bed alongside takeaway containers (babe).

    ‘This is my bed and I have to get ready for Critics Choice. Wait, is it People’s Choice? I seriously don’t know.’

    Later, once she was all glammed up and in the car on the way to the awards, she went back onto Instagram to tell followers: ‘This was a huge mistake.’

    We all know the feeling, hun.

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