Amidst celebrity break-ups, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen’s relationship remains strong. The couple’s life is an open book since they are active on social media. The two are not afraid to share their sweet moments and silly antics on the internet.
Just recently, Teigen shared a photo of her husband’s butt on Instagram. The model told Modern Luxury the story behind the photo.
“We were in Paris, a few drinks in," Teigen recalled. “Tequila and bad judgement were behind it. I had seen Justin Bieber's [bare butt] photo earlier and I was like, 'Oh, it's a cute ass, whatever.' And I was still pissed about my nipples."
Instagram witnessed how funny they can be and how beautiful their relationship is. An article in MTV.com featured some of their Instagram photos that show their less glamorous side, their ridiculous moments and their adventures together.
No wonder they inspired creator of Black-ish, Kenya Barris, to create a sitcom based on their married life.
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Barris told Buzzfeed that the sitcom which will be based on Legend and Teigen’s marriage is now in its initial planning stage. People will get a peek at their relationship in a TV show.
She praised the couple saying they are "both super creative" and "super effusive" and that she is very much excited to work with them.
The Grammy-Award winning singer and his supermodel wife will work with Barris as producing partners.
Inspired by Legend’s 2004 song, the potential sitcom’s tentative title is Ordinary People. Barris thought that the song gives a "thematic background" for their show.
Barris shared some little details on how it would run. She said it will be about an interracial couple and how they face their personal issues and problems within the relationship.