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Donald Trump is officially the 45th President of the United States.
John Legend speaks out.
On Tuesday, the Love Me Now singer sat down with CBS This Morning and not only revealed he was with Kim Kardashian West right before the 39-year-old was taken to UCLA Medical Center, but also expressed his concern for the rapper's health.
Chrissy Teigen's husband shared:
John Legend usually remains seated at a piano during award show performances.
But the R&B star was standing taller than ever at the American Music Awards!
Following a sweet intro from Chrissy Teigen, the singer showed off his legendary vocals belting out his new song Love Me Now.
Legend's smooth pipes were accompanied by moving pictures of minority and LGBT couples, sending a powerful message that love conquers all. Awwwwww!
Ch-ch-check out the lovely performance (above)!
The supermodel left us nearly speechless with her delicious display of skin on the red carpet in this wild black gown! Featuring a belly button-high slit held together only by a safety pin, the hawt momma was smokin'!
It's no wonder the soulful crooner didn't want to show her up in his printed blazer and sleek trousers.
Okay, so now that we've covered that, let's take another look at Chrissy's bold ensem (below)!
Another flawless picture from one of the world's most flawless couples!
It just isn't fair!
We just lost a journalism great.
On Monday, Gwen Ifill tragically lost her battle with cancer, and passed away at the age of 61. The iconic anchor died at a hospice in Washington, surrounded by loved ones.
Gwen took over Washington Week in Review in 1999, and officially became the first African-American woman to host a major political talk show on television.
Over the course of her career, Ifill covered seven presidential campaigns. In 2013, she became the cohost for PBS' NewsHour. In addition to her television career, she also served as a national political reporter for The Washington Post and the White House correspondent for The New York Times.
NewsHour heartbreakingly announced their co-anchor's death. The show's executive producer, Sara Just, remembered her colleague, saying:
John Legend's newest song couldn't come at a more appropriate time.
The musician's wife Chrissy Teigen and daughter Luna also pop up in the poignant video, sending a message that nothing trumps the power of love and family.
"We didn't think about the election when we planned the release date for this song and video. But in this time of conflict and uncertainty, it's clear that we all need more love… Love is universal. We all need it. We all can give it. And it will ultimately win over hate. I have to believe that."
So moving! Ch-ch-check out the Love Me Now video (above)!