Chrissy Teigen looked better than ever at the 7th annual Hollywood Beauty Awards.
The model, 36, glowed while hitting the red carpet on Saturday, March 19, in a stunning black cut-out gown to honor her stylist, Alana Van Deraa, and makeup artist, Kristine Sudden. The mother-of-two also took the time ahead of the event to reveal the exciting news that she completed her final round of IVF.
"I finished my IVF part, so I feel so much healthier and so much better with that," Teigen told Entertainment Tonight of her journey of trying to conceive her and John Legend's third child while also maintaining her sobriety during awards season.
"These things are very weird for me, because I'm so used to getting so hammered at these things," the Sports Illustrated star noted of her past behavior at shows after celebrating six months of sobriety in January. "Awards season, I very much connect to enjoying yourself and having champagne, but I also connected with those feelings of immense regret or stupid moments."
"Like, 'I can't believe I said that,' or 'I can't believe I did that' and 'I'm so embarrassed,'" she continued of her experience in past years after having a little too much to drink. "So, it's so nice not to have those feelings anymore."
The funny lady joked that her journey with sobriety has been "fun" and that all of the upcoming award shows will be a test to see just how strong her will power is when it comes to alcohol.
Teigen celebrated being six months sober following a turbulent past few years. In 2020, the Cravings: Hungry for More author and the "All Of Me" vocalist, 43, suffered the loss of their pregnancy with their son Jack. The star also came under fire last year after multiple allegations of online bullying came to light.
As OK! previously reported, Teigen marked the alcohol-free milestone with a touching post to Instagram in January. "6 months no alcohol!," the social media sensation wrote of her achievement. "I have no idea what I’m doing honestly, but I do know a few things: I now have endless energy, way less anxiety (no more benzos!) and I am *happier* and more present than ever."