They urged people to ‘just be nice’ earlier this week in the wake of a post by Chrissy Teigen about being part of a ‘cancel club.’
But Courtney Stodden seemed to have put it out of mind on Thursday when they stepped out for dinner at Los Angeles‘ iconic Mexican restaurant El Coyote with their fiancé Chris Sheng.
The 26-year-old social media star, who came out as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, added considerably to their 5ft3in stature with a striking set of black thigh-high platform boots as they headed into the restaurant.
Dinner date: Courtney Stodden, 26, stood tall in thigh-high black platform boots as they dined at El Coyote in Los Angeles with their fiancé Chris Sheng
Courtney matched their boots with a busty black bodysuit that hugged their curves.
They rounded out their glamorous look by styling their long blond locks straight and letting them cascade down their shoulders.
Courtney’s fiancé Chris looked fit in a ribbed cream-colored sweater, along with slightly cropped navy blue trousers.
He had on a casual set of dark loafers and had his hair slicked back and cut close on the sides.
Contrast: Courtney wore a black bodysuit, while Chris had on a ribbed cream-colored sweat with navy blue trousers and loafers
Joining the happy couple for dinner was an adorable white Pomeranian Chris cradled under his arm, which had been shorn to look like a beaming teddy bear.
Courtney and their fiancé enjoyed some Mexican food at the classic spot El Coyote, which first opened in 1931 and opened in its present location in 1951.
It has been a popular spot for decades and is notorious for being where Sharon Tate and friends ate their last meal before being murdered by followers of Charles Manson on August 8, 1969.
El Coyote was featured in a scene depicting that meal in Quentin Tarantino’s heavily fictionalized Oscar winner Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
Too cute: Joining the happy couple for dinner was an adorable white Pomeranian Chris cradled under his arm, which had been shorn to look like a beaming teddy bear
Iconic: They dined at El Coyote, which was the spot where Sharon Tate ate her last meal before being murdered in 1969. The restaurant was featured in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood
Courtney revealed in May that they had gotten engaged to Chris when they showed off a massive diamond ring from him.
The occasional singer opened up to Us Weekly about their on–off partner in an interview from March of 2020.
‘I’ve been dating the same guy for three years, Chris [Sheng],’ they said.
‘It isn’t easy to believe in love. It’s hard for me to completely open up to him and trust,’ they added. ‘I’m constantly pulling back and criticizing everything about everything.’
The two have been dating on and off since 2017.
Sparkler: Courtney announced last month that they had gotten engaged to Chris Sheng after showing off a diamond ring from him. They have dated on and off since 2017
Down in the dumps: Courtney recently responding to their former bully Chrissy Teigen writing on Instagram that she felt ‘lost’ and ‘depressed’ after becoming part of the ‘cancel club’
Courtney’s outing came shortly after they weighed in on Chrissy Teigen’s complaints that she was now part of a ‘cancel club’ after bullying tweets she sent to the former reality star came to light.
Chrissy admitted this week to feeling ‘lost’ and ‘depressed’ after she decreased her social media posting due to the uproar over her offensive posts.
‘Going outside sucks and doesn’t feel right, being at home alone with my mind makes my depressed head race. But I do know that however I’m handling this now isn’t the right answer,’ the wife of John Legend wrote.
‘I feel lost and need to find my place again, I need to snap out of this, I desperately wanna communicate with you guys instead of pretending everything is okay. I’m not used to any other way!’
For their own post, Courtney shared the same photo of Chrissy’s legs but superimposed themself over it and captioned it, ‘Just be nice.’
Taking aim: Courtney urged people to ‘just be nice’ in a TikTok post in which they superimposed themself over Chrissy’s post
Courtney also compared American Pie star Jason Biggs to Chrissy when they shared an apology he wrote back in May.
‘This is what a personal apology looks like,’ Courtney wrote, adding that ‘Everyone makes mistakes but not everyone takes real accountability.’
Jason apologized in his note to Courtney and admitted his ‘jokes’ were at their ‘expense,’ which ‘makes the not funny at all.’
He ended by wishing Courtney ‘nothing but the best and happiness and success always.’
Chrissy has publicly apologized for her treatment of Stodden and has said she would privately apologize, however, according to Courtney it has yet to happen
Make good: The social media star recently used an apology from Jason Biggs as an example of how to do it properly; seen in February 2020 in NYC
Not holding back: Stodden shared a note Jason sent to them this past May, lauding the American Pie actor for taking accountability for his previous words