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The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift - Where To Spot Chrissy Teigen's 'Cameo'

The decades-spanning "Fast and Furious" franchise is kind of like this generation's "Around the World in 80 Days," packed with appearances from famous faces ranging from cameos to movie stars becoming full-fledged latecomers to the "F&F" family. Keeping track of them all can be a specialist's life's work, and one of the most difficult cameos to spot is in "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift." That's because the "cameo" isn't really a cameo at all, as Chrissy Teigen wasn't famous yet when she made her appearance in the franchise.

Teigen took to Twitter in April 2020 to share this fascinating movie anecdote:

"My boobs are in fast and the furious Tokyo drift. I sat on the floor with 200 people in a parking garage in downtown la. They pulled me to be 'girl getting out of car' and the shot ended up cutting off at my face as they panned up my body. Lmao"

And in a follow-up tweet, Teigen asked her followers if anyone had the footage on hand. "can someone find it? I dont wanna have to watch it but its a parking garage scene and I believe the boobs are in a pink bra," she tweeted. Fortunately, this is the internet, and it almost always comes through.

Teigen is a part of the F&F universe, albeit a faceless one

You can see Chrissy Teigen's so-called "cameo" in "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift" in the YouTube clip above. It's literally a blink-and-you'll-miss-it shot, but definitely of interest to trivia buffs and "Fast and Furious" diehards, as well as devoted fans of Teigen's.

Teigen doesn't seem to have remarked on her cameo in the movie outside of these two tweets, and it's clear that at least when she posted them in 2020, she didn't have much enthusiasm for the franchise. But it might be cool if a future "Fast and Furious" installment decided to bring back her character for a more fleshed-out bit of character development. Perhaps we could learn retroactively whose car she was getting out of, where the car had come from, and what her life beyond getting out of cars is like. Given the expansive and surprisingly detailed timeline of the "Fast and Furious" movies, such a thing isn't completely impossible — provided Teigen herself would agree to the role.