John Legend And Chrissy Teigen Droppped A Steamy Valentine's Day Shoot
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are recently what proved to be "couple goals" during a shoot for Valentine's Day. The newly-released video was so adorable and romantic that fans have applauded them for their sparking romance.
Steamy Valentine Shoot Spells Romance For The Couple
Romantic couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen celebrated Valentine's Day just like everybody else in the world, but offered a little more something to everyone. The couple was certainly what people now consider as "couple goals" after they released a music video of them that they did for LOVE magazine. Teigen wore different kinds of steamy lingerie for her outfits as she lip syncs John Legend's Grammy award-winning song entitled "Ordinary People." Although they had initially planned for this concept, director Rankin and Editor-in-chief Katie Grand pitched that Chrissy do a Marilyn Monroe song instead. However, she was the one who suggested singing to John's song which worked out pretty well.
John Legend And Chrissy Teigen - One Of the Most Loved Couples In The World
Rankin was the one who initially opted for Chrissy to sing one of John's songs and was thrilled when she found out that she was up for it as well. To add to that, when the coupe sang it together in the end, it was just romantically adorable. Many viewers have recognized the rawness of their moments together, which makes them one of the most loved couples in the world. Plus, Chrissy was flaunting her amazing body with quite a few lingerie that she wore in a couple of shooys. Despite the steaminess of the shoot, it still looked romantic when John came into the picture.
Even behind the cameras, the couple is still as adorable as they are expected to be. Their only daughter is turning one in a couple of months and the parents are just enamoured of her existence. They find it so adorable that their daughter moves a lot even though she hasn't started walking yet. Even though the couple has already addressed and denied rumors that they are expecting another child soon, John is open to expanding their family sometime soon.
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