Chrissy Teigen Plays the Video Game Shantae Backstage at John Legend's Holiday Show

Chrissy Teigen and singer John Legend are taking their love on the road; they're in Seattle, where Chrissy grew up, for one of Legend's holiday shows. True to form, the model-actress-author-celebrity personality shared a behind-the-scenes look, and it's hilarious.

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Chrissy Teigen and singer John Legend are taking their love on the road; they're in Seattle, where Chrissy grew up, for one of Legend's holiday shows. True to form, the model-actress-author-celebrity personality shared a behind-the-scenes look, and it's hilarious.

In the Instagram photo, Chrissy is sprawled out on the sofa in a black bolero hat and a black dress with an up-to-there slit. She captions the photo "playing shantae on switch." On her Instagram stories she shares even more details of the pair grabbing food, taking a stadium tour, and enjoying the "best weather ever" (a.k.a. clouds) of Seattle.

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Oh, and she's watching the Bravo series Below Deck (which apparently is a reality series about people who work on yachts?) while Legend warms up in the background.

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Earlier in the week, Chrissy was raving about her laminator while she created a whole book of menus for apparently picky eater Luna (opens in new tab):

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Don't ever change, Chrissy.

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