Wendy Williams told viewers she disagree's with People's pick of John Legend for their 2019 "Sexiest Man Alive" issue, and says she would have preferred Jason Momoa.
Leave it to Chrissy Teigen to troll husband John Legend over being named People’s Sexiest Man Alive.
Tuesday's results were overshadowed by an announcement from Blake Shelton, People’s former Sexiest Man Alive, with a "passing of the sexy torch."
The former UN ambassador's comments comparing Trump's potential impeachment to the death penalty have already riled up John Legend.
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Deana Martin accused the singer of making the holiday classic "more sexual" with his new lyrics emphasizing consent.
The revamped holiday classic now includes lines like "it's your body, and your choice," while the original has been accused of promoting date rape.
Teigen and husband John Legend talk Trump, Kim and Kanye's politics and endorsing Elizabeth Warren in the new issue of "Vanity Fair."
The "Lip Sync Battle" star posted a picture of her laptop without realizing she was logged into her email account.
The singer said Americans have become "desensitized" and argued that imprisonment shouldn't be used to address "nearly every societal ill."
Chrissy Teigen stopped by "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," and revealed her "heart stopped" when she found out President Trump had tweeted about her.
The singer, along with Cardi B, Cher and Rihanna, bashed Trump's racism and inaction on gun control.
While Witherspoon called for gun control in response to the El Paso and Dayton shootings, John Legend wrote, "the president regularly inspires killers."
The singer called Trump an "evil f****** canker sore" in a tirade over Trump's controversial attack on Baltimore.
Chrissy Teigen said she felt "like a cougar," while flirting with a 23-year-old "Bring the Funny" contestant.
The musician and activist also notes, “The interesting part about people saying that celebrities should just shut up is that the ones that are criticizing me often voted for the guy that hosted 'Celebrity Apprentice.'"
Big Bird brought some of the “Sesame Street” gang by “Lip Sync Battle,” and Jason Schwartzman had his hands full.First, Cookie Monster jumped up on the turntables — err, turncookies — to accompany the giant nest-dweller, who was spitting some Black Eyed Peas. When Fergie’s “I Gotta Feeling” chorus came up, Elmo jumped out of a cake to do some singing.At that point, Schwartzman knew he was done for. And no, we have no idea what the “Rushmore” star was dressed as.Also Read: Elmo Ends Cersei and Tyrion's Feud in Epic 'Game of Thrones'-'Sesame Street' Crossover (Video)Watch the video above. Wait until you see the face of Luna Legend, the daughter of John Legend and the show’s co-host Chrissy Teigen. There are no words.“Lip Sync Battle” is hosted by Teigen and LL Cool J. It is executive produced by Casey Patterson, Jay Peterson, John Krasinski, Stephen Merchant, LL Cool J and Eight Million Plus Productions.The Big Bird vs. Schwartzman face-off airs Thursday, May 30 at 10/9c on Paramount Network.Watch more content from the two via the video below. There’s a noticeable size difference between the two competitors — Schwartzman stands 5’6” while Big Bird tops eight feet tall.Read original story Elmo – and Cookie Monster on the Turntables – Join Big Bird on ‘Lip Sync Battle’ (Video) At TheWrap
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