Chrissy Teigen Perfectly Mourns the End of SkyMall in a Series of Tweets, Asks Pilot to Fly at Half-Mast

Chrissy Teigen
Chrissy Teigen hilariously tweets her reaction to SkyMall filing for bankruptcy  Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Noooooo! SkyMall has filed for bankruptcy — and Chrissy Teigen is mourning the demise of the legendary in-flight catalog.

After chief executive Scott Wiley explained in court filings that due to “the increased use of electronic devices on planes, fewer people browsed the SkyMall in-flight catalog,” the Wall Street Journal reports the catalog’s parent company Xhibit Corp. is set to sell off the company’s assets at auction.

“ME WHEN I FOUND OUT SKYMALL FILED FOR BANKRUPTCY,” Teigen tweeted on Friday, Jan. 23, along with a snap of a zombie statue creeping out from the ground available for purchase for $89 in the catalog. “THERE IS NO SKYMALL MAGAZINE ON MY FLIGHT THIS IS ALL HAPPENING SO FAST,” she continued. Teigen added that she requested the pilot fly at half-mast and that she’ll never forget the catalog’s “entire page dedicated to items solely made for people named Bob.”

Read all of Chrissy’s tweets below and, from us at Us Weekly, #RIPSkyMall:


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