Going viral once is enough for Chrissy Teigen!
On Sunday, the gorgeous model's husband, John Legend, dished on his wife's strong aversion to being made into a meme/GIF for the SECOND time this award show season.
[ Related: Chrissy's Cry Face At The Golden Globes Became A Meme! ]
Back in January, Teigen's crying face over John's Golden Globes win exploded over the internet — and though girl was able to poke fun at herself at the time, she did NOT want a repeat performance at the Oscars.
Despite Legend winning Best Original Song, the swimsuit stunner managed to not cry. Her relieved hubby explained:
This was by far the most moving performance of the night!
John Legend and Common performed Glory from Selma at the Oscars tonight, and these two incredible musicians gave a rendition that will go down in Oscars history!
John seriously just has pipes for days! What a legend!
This truly deserved the lasting standing ovation it received! Not a dry eye in that audience!
We just loved hearing all the Oscar nominees perform this year!
Everything is Awesome from The Lego Movie, Grateful from Beyond the Lights, I'm Not Going to Miss You from Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me, and Lost Stars from Begin Again were all fantastic.
But not a soul was about to argue when John Legend and Common took home the gold with their moving track Glory from the motion picture Selma!
Just minutes before winning the award, the duo performed their song live, bringing Oprah Winfrey, David Oyelowo and Chris Pine to tears.
Congratulations on a big win and an even bigger impact!
Check out all the night's winners HERE!
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Kelly Clarkson may be one of the most successful pop stars to come out of American Idol, but that doesn't necessarily mean the music industry is itching to work with her.
Apparently, when Kelly reached out to some fellow famous singers to be on her Piece by Piece album, John Legend was the ONLY celeb who agreed to collab with her!
[ Photos: Kelly Clarkson Isn't Doing Great On The Fashion Front ]
Yeah, Kel's had some duds in the past, but Breakaway should earn her enough street cred for life!
Kelly spoke with BBC Radio 1 about her issues, saying:
Yeezus might not be very happy about this…
While we previously told you that John Legend was totally team Kanye West, it turns out the All Of Me singer might not be as supportive of his colleague's tantrums as the internet thought.
As you probably know, when Beck won the Album of the Year at the Grammys Sunday, Kanye rushed the stage in support of Beyoncé, similar to his stunt with Taylor Swift back in 2009.
And although Mr. Kim Kardashian seemed to be joking, John Legend isn't having it when it comes to the comments Yeezy made afterward.
[ Related: Celebs React To Kanye's Grammy Outburst! ]
Chrissy Teigen's other half posted a follow-up to his original statement on Instagram on Tuesday, saying:
No harm, no foul!
That's what John Legend is telling everyone who's hating on Kanye West for the stunt he almost pulled on Beck at the Grammys this past Sunday evening.
[ Related: Beck Responds To Kanye's Stage Rush & Diss! ]
Apparently the whole thing was all in good fun! If you look back at the video capturing that exact moment, Yeezy was laughing when he jumped off stage!
The All of Me singer opened up about that incident and said:
What a perfect way to end the Grammys!
To start things off, Beyoncé, along with the Andrae Crouch choir and Blind Boys of Alabama, delivered a FLAWLESS performance of the gospel hit, Take My Hand, Precious Lord.
The powerful song was a favorite of Martin Luther King Jr. so it was an especially poignant tune for Bey to perform.
[ Related: John And Common Score The Golden Globe Award For Best Original Song From Selma! ]
Next up was dynamic duo John Legend and Common performing Glory from Selma.
The rendition was arguably the most powerful moment of the night — John and Common's vocals were simply incredible.
We're glad the ceremony decided to end on a political AND moving note!
Our hats go off to B, John, and Common!