Chrissy Teigen's New Show Is Basically The 'Everything Is Cake' Meme Turned Into A Competition

Alexis Morillo
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Photo credit: Getty Images

From House Beautiful

If you're a person on the internet, you've seen the "Everything is cake" meme by now and you either love it or it's sent you through an irreversible existential spiral. Either way, you should know that Chrissy Teigen has a new show with Quibi that requires her to determine if objects are what they appear or if they're really just cake. Buckle up, folks, because it's bound to be a doozy.

The concept for the show, which is called Eye Candy, BTW, is inspired by a popular Japanese show called Sokkuri Sweets. The series will be centered around two teams, celebrities and, well, civilians, and it will challenge them to guess whether objects placed in front of them are what they appear to be if they're actually edible. Whichever team can't identify what's real (or what's cake) loses.

Chrissy did confirm that Eye Candy was well underway before the cake meme took over the internet. "We did this before the cake videos ok!!!??? I can't wait!!!!" she tweeted, on her now-private Twitter account.

Photo credit: Twitter/chrissyteigen
Photo credit: Twitter/chrissyteigen

She also clarified that this new show is not interfering with Chrissy's Court, which is also available for streaming on Quibi. Season two of the show where Chrissy settles small claims in court with her bailiff (and mother) Pepper Thai by her side will have 20 episodes. Looks like we'll be getting tons of Chrissy content soon enough...and perhaps a hyper-realistic cake to snack on while binge-watching.

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