Chrissy Teigen shuts down Bill O'Reilly while live-tweeting 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live!'

Chrissy Teigen shuts down Bill O'Reilly while live-tweeting 'Jesus Christ Superstar Live!'

Chrissy Teigen shut down Bill O'Reilly on Sunday night after he threw a jab at her husband, John Legend, and his role as Jesus Christ in "Jesus Christ Superstar Live!"

NBC aired the live musical on Sunday night and, naturally, Teigen live-tweeted the entire thing in support of her husband. When O'Reilly chimed in with his thoughts on the television special, she wasn't having it.

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"Watching JC Superstar on NBC," O'Reilly tweeted. "Who knew Jesus of Nazareth ran a tattoo parlor? Geez."

Three hours after O'Reilly fired off the tweet, Teigen replied by bringing up the reported $32 million settlement that the former FOX News host paid former analyst Lis Wiehl after she accused him of repeated sexual harassment back in January of 2017.

"Yes the shop specializes in coverups that aren't 32 million dollars," Teigen replied.

O'Reilly was fired from the network in April amid numerous allegations of sexual harassment, including reports that 21st Century Fox -- FOX News' parent company -- previously paid five other women $13 million in settlements that prevented them from speaking publicly about the alleged incidents. He called the allegations a "malicious smear" against him.

He didn't respond to Teigen's jab.

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Earlier in the weekend, the "Cravings" cookbook author had tweeted about FOX news after the network's Twitter account had tagged her in a tweet.

"Fox News shouldn’t even be allowed to tag people in tweets," she wrote. "It just opens you up to a day of rabid, emoji loving, freakish-bio-having creatures. Luckily through the years, I have gained knowledge of both their feeding times and nocturnal cycles and know when I can return."

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