Chrissy Teigen Tweets Through Flight From L.A. to Tokyo That Was Forced to Turn Around

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Chrissy Teigen attends the 87th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on Feb. 22, 2015 in Hollywood, Calif. 

Long flights can be a huge headache; sitting in the air for six, eight, or even 10 hours can take a toll. Reaching your final destination is usually the reward of enduring the experience, well, it should be at least. That wasn't the case for Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, and a plane full of people flying from Los Angeles to Tokyo (an eleven hour flight by the way) when their flight turned back four hours in and landed back in L.A. because of an unauthorized passenger aboard the All Nippon Airways flight.  

The ordeal, which can be followed closely via Tweets from Teigen who made light of the situation at hand, lasted eight hours, and required passengers to deplane, and re-board another flight to Tokyo on Wednesday morning (Dec. 27).     

The Twitter rant began with Teigen explaining the situation, expressing frustration.      

Teigen however, decided to have fun with the cards she was dealt, interacting with fans on social media, and giving a hilarious take on an otherwise painful ordeal.

Check out tweets below.