John Legend, Chrissy Teigen and Daughter Luna Collab on Christmas Release
What a cute collab! John Legend released a new version of “Happy Christmas (War Is Over)” with a little help from his family.
“Recording this song was such an inspiration, and I got to include my wife and my daughter in the process,” the EGOT winner, 40, said of the Amazon original on Thursday, November 21. “We all came together to sing a beautiful song that needs to be heard, and I’m thrilled for my fans to be able to hear it on Amazon Music.”
The last time Legend worked with his 3-year-old daughter, Luna, was in February for a Pampers commercial. The Ohio native changed his now-18-month-old son Miles’ diaper while singing the “Stinky Booty” song. “I’m going to need some backup on this one,” the songwriter said, turning to Luna. The little one whipped out a wet wipe and threw it at her dad.
Chrissy Teigen, 33, appeared in the commercial as well, alongside Adam Levine and his now-21-month-old daughter, Gio. As the dads sang to their little ones with a choir, the Bring the Funny judge walked in, asking, “Must we do this every time?”
She and Legend, who wed in 2013, welcomed Luna three years later. The toddler became a big sister in May 2018 when Miles arrived. Their youngest is the spitting image of his dad — but his personality is all his own.
“I thought he’d be super quiet,” the model revealed to Us Weekly exclusively in August. “I thought he’d be a little John and I thought he’d be very chill, romantic and lovey — but no. He’s insane. You just never know!”
However, in November 2018, Teigen was convinced her son was just like Legend. “Miles is a clone of John in so many ways,” the Cravings author told Us at the time. “He literally has his personality type and face. … Even when Miles is sick and has a running nose and isn’t feeling good, he still smiles and is so happy, just like John. I’ve never seen him in a bad mood in all six months. He is a little version of John.”
The singer agreed, adding, “It is pretty wild to see his face and mannerisms. They match mine so much.”