John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Give Each Other a Lie Detector Test – and It’s Mostly About Sex Stuff (Video)

Like, feet sex stuff

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen recently gave each other a lie detector test for Vanity Fair and since America’s unofficial first couple is so hot for each other, it naturally became all about sex.

Teigen was grilled first during the 25-minute video with her husband asking questions ranging from Donald Trump blocking her on Twitter (“all” she’s waiting for in life is for POTUS to unblock her so she can block him) and if Legend’s awards make their house look “tacky” (“No, mine do. Mine are terrible”).

Then they get into naughtier topics, like what Legend is willing to do to Teigen’s feet — and the fact that she does not want him to do that to her feet.

Legend also admits he didn’t love the time Teigen posted a picture of his butt on Instagram.

Next up it was the EGOT-er’s turn, and his wife asked him if they had sex the night he completed his EGOT. Turns out they didn’t. And they didn’t have sex on their wedding night either, though Legend says they had it before their wedding night.

“At this moment right now though, are you concerned that we don’t have enough sex?” Teigen asks.

“No, especially after last night. Wow, TMI, everybody. I’m sorry,” Legend says.

The “All of Me” singer also told his wife that he hopes their kids’ friends will call her a MILF when they’re older and that “people” are saying he’s a DILF.

“I have been featured on the DILFs of Disneyland Instagram page,” he said. “So I will say, I’m not gonna say I’m a DILF, but some have said. People are saying… People are saying that I’m the most DILF-iest DILF of all time.”

Teigen then fired off a more serious question: Would John have married her without a prenup?

“Um, I think prenups are a good thing to do. I actually wish I knew you were gonna be so successful, I would have rewritten the prenup a little bit. You’re a lot richer than I thought you’d be.”

“If you take one of my monies, I will kill you,” she said.

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