But in an interview, with no delete button, she’s even more TMI than usual.

Speaking to Marie Claire for the cover story of their July 2017 issue, the Lip Sync Battle cohost dished on topics ranging from postpartum depression to her hatred of exercise, and her complete inability to dance.

However, the greatest nugget came when discussing what she keeps hidden from hubby John Legend. She revealed:

"John and I had a double date, and we were joking around, and I go, ‘John’s never seen my butthole.’ And John says, ‘Are you kidding? Every time anyone does anything doggy style, you see a butthole. I see it every time.’ I was like, ‘We are never doing it doggy style again!’"

Ha! We can’t imagine that resolution will last!

The hole (ha!) issue hits newsstands June 20, butt you can get a glimpse of Chrissy’s TMI talk (below)!

On being too honest: "I’m the person who had the fake ID in high school and college, and I would show it and be like, ‘I’m sorry; it’s fake,’ and run off. I don’t know if it’s way too honest or way too anxious–maybe it’s a combo of both."
On expanding her family: "I would definitely adopt or have foster children. But I loved being pregnant. Maybe I should be scared [of having PPD again], but I don’t know. It couldn’t be any worse than it was–could it?"

On exercise: "I know I should exercise for mental reasons…I need to see Simone De La Rue; I always feel great after I see her. In L.A., there’s never any fucking parking. So for someone who doesn’t already love working out, nothing’s selling you on it."

On the one thing she won’t do: "I can’t dance. I don’t take choreography very well. I will twerk."

Keep being you, Chrissy!

Also, be sure to ch-ch-check out a peek at her spread in the gallery (above), too!

Chrissy Teigen gets TMI in the new issue of Marie Claire! Twelve people died in a huge fire that engulfed a massive West London apartment building on Wednesday, and authorities expect the death toll to rise.

According to police, the inferno ripped through the 20-plus-story Grenfell Tower on the edge of the affluent Notting Hill neighborhood.

The local fire department was alerted just before 1 A.M., and flames could be seen for over 10 hours after the London Fire Brigade arrived.

CNN reports that 74 people have been treated at six hospitals, 20 of which are in critical condition.

One witness recalled a mother tossing her baby out the window on the ninth or 10th floor to safety, telling the AP: