Chrissy Teigen Scared the Hell Out of John Legend on 'Ellen'

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  • Chrissy Teigen scared John Legend while he was guest hosting Ellen.
  • Chrissy came out of a box swearing and had to apologize.

So, John Legend recently guest hosted The Ellen DeGeneres Show—wait, sorry, let me rephrase: Sexiest Man Alive John Legend recently guest hosted The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and your Friday morning is about to get even better thanks to Chrissy Teigen leaping out of a box to scare him.

John was in the middle of talking to the audience when the moment went down, and he actually happened to be chatting about his wife:

"I'm still, believe, it or not, the Sexiest Man Alive," he joked. "Is it me or did I even get sexier during the break, I don't know. Anyway, I want to thank the audience for singing 'All of Me,' I wrote that song about my wife, Chrissy, and she was in the music video. We actually filmed it in Italy the week we got married, and here's an interesting fact though, the record company originally wanted someone else to be my love interest in the video...."

Kay, so at this point we naturally got a clip of "All of Me" with Ellen spliced in (amazing), and when that ended Chrissy leaped out screaming something that was bleeped out and sounded a lot like "what the f*ck."

The best part is that a) Chrissy had to apologize for swearing, and b) apparently she had been trapped under that box thing forever while John Legend took his sweet time chatting to the audience. Anyway, here it is:

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Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm. She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade.