Questlove Hosts L.A. Game Night with Chrissy Teigen, Jason Sudeikis, Megan Thee Stallion and More

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Teigen — who played Uno and Speak Out at the star-studded event — called it a “pure night of joy and laughter”

<p>Kayla Oaddams/WireImage, Jamie McCarthy/Getty, Mark Von Holden/Variety via Getty</p> Jason Sudeikis (left) and Chrissy Teigen (right) both attended Questlove

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Jason Sudeikis (left) and Chrissy Teigen (right) both attended Questlove's (middle) L.A. game night.

Questlove is keeping his game night tradition alive!

The Roots drummer, 52, hosted another star-studded event dedicated to fun games, good eats and great company in Los Angeles and, in true Questlove fashion, he documented the evening with a series of photo dumps on Instagram.

The producer and filmmaker captioned the first carousel in the game night photo saga: “The Adventures in King of All Game Nights.”

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The first set showed a glimpse of the festivities, which included indoor and outdoor tables set up for gaming and a smorgasbord of sugary cereal, a Milk Bar x Cheetos confetti cake and Flamin' Hot Cheetos in nearly every variation.

Abbott Elementary creator Quinta Brunson, who did not attend the event, put it best in the comments: “I have never had more fomo in my life.”

Questlove’s five game night photo dumps, all shot by photographer Christian Germoso, reveal a star-studded guest list including Chrissy Teigen, Megan Thee Stallion, Tyler the Creator, Weird Al Yankovic, J.J. Abrams, Santigold, Este Haim and more.

Game night returnee Jason Sudeikis also made an appearance at the event, where guests played everything from Trouble and Monopoly to Operation and Catan and, of course, Questlove game night staple, Uno.

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In the host’s third photo dump, Yankovic, 63, can be seen carefully sliding a wooden block out of a Jenga tower, Abrams, 57, is all smiles as he plays Uno, and Megan Thee Stallion, 28, and Tyler the Creator, 32, appear to be engaged in an intense conversation at a game table.

In another photo, Sudeikis, 48, and Haim, 37, seem to be mid-conversation as they play cards. In the final slide, the host with the most appears to take a shot out of a mini red solo cup.

Questlove’s final carousel, which he fittingly captioned "roll credits," shows a snippet of a heated game of Speak Out, which involves trying to guess what another player is saying as their mouth is held open by a plastic contraption.

On her own Instagram account, Teigen, 37, gave another glimpse into the Speak Out game, including several shots of herself wearing the mouthpiece.

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“I have not been to an LA house party in many years because I thought I was too old but it turns out it’s more fun when you are old and not on a mission to black out!!” Teigen wrote alongside the game night photos. “Thank you @questlove for a truly innocent a--, pure night of joy and laughter.”

She continued, “I usually get so anxious talking to new people but you have such a nice group of friends, friend. These should be monthly.”

“Also uno still reigns supreme but speak out is up there if you are ok with people u have never met seeing you drool,” she added.

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Questlove previously hosted a game night this summer, which was attended by Sudeikis, as well as Taylor Swift, Gigi Hadid, Trevor Noah, Cara Delevingne, Channing Tatum, Common and more.

The earlier incarnation of the event featured a taco bar, champagne, lots of sweets and a jumbo version of Uno.

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