Chrissy Teigen Apologizes for ‘One of My Past Drunkest Moments’

“I still think about it, it haunts me,” tweets “Lip Sync Battle” personality

Good for you, Chrissy Teigen — making amends is an important step.

“Lip Sync Battle” personality and social-media delight Teigen took to Twitter on Friday to apologize for “one of my past drunkest moments” — a moment that Teigen said “haunts me.”

“I was just reminded of one of my past drunkest moments and I’m mortified all over again,” Teigen wrote.

As she went on to explain, Teigen’s mortifying moment occurred when when she mistook actor John Cho for his “Harold & Kumar” costar Kal Penn — and vocalized her mistake in a most embarrassing manner.

“It was when I confused @JohnTheCho with @kalpenn and asked why he wasn’t working in the White House anymore. John still kills me over this,” Teigen wrote.

Penn worked for the Obama administration, serving as associate director of the White House Office of Public Engagement, and was also tapped by Obama to serve on the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities.

Cho, meanwhile, did not.

On Friday, Teigen sought to set things right with Cho, writing, “This is my formal apology @johnthecho I still think about it, it haunts me.”

As of this writing, some four hours after Teigen offered her apology, Cho has yet to tweet in reply to the mea culpa. However, Penn did chime in, tweeting to both Teigen and Cho, “Never apologize for America,” along with an image of the American flag.