In a recent interview with TMZ, Stodden not only said that it would make for an “interesting” conversation, but the reality star admitted they would also get in on the mix if it were to help people who have been on the receiving end of bullying in the past.
“Oprah has a really big platform and I think that if it helps saves lives by me sharing my story I would consider it,” Stodden, who identifies as non-binary and uses the pronouns they/them, said on Friday when asked if they would be open to joining Teigen during an interview if one were to take place.
“I would consider it,” the 26-year-old added to the outlet. “I think that it’s important to be kind in this world and there’s been so much meanness happening and a lot of deflecting. So I would consider it if it helped people.”
Last week, a source alleged to the “Naughty But Nice” podcast that Teigen, 35, is considering Winfrey for a Meghan Markle-style interview in order to provide damage control to her reputation after Stodden, Linsdsay Lohan, Farrah Abraham and fashion designer Michael Costello alleged the “Cravings” author suggested they harm or kill themselves in a series of tweets and alleged DMs.