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John Legend and Chrissy Teigen toss a ball on the beach as the world is ordered to self-isolate amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Voice judge and his witty wife were spotted at a beach house in Malibu as California calls for self-isolation in hopes of controlling the deadly virus that’s already killed 100 in the United States.



Chrissy, 34, looked flawless makeup-free in a black silk kimono with yellow flowers while her musician hubby wore a black tee and black pants for the day on the beach.

The carefree couple seems to be taking everything in stride taking advantage of their bonus free time as they throw a blue football around.

Legend, 41, has found another way to pass the time by offering a free concert to his fans on social media following the footsteps of Coldplay frontman Chris Martin and Keith Urban who have done free concerts of their own.

The singer gave credit to his friend for inspiring the candid concert tweeting — “My friend Chris Martin did a lovely little concert from home today. I’ll be doing one tomorrow at 1 pm Pacific time. See you soon. We’ll try to get through this together.”

Chrissy added her trademark wit to the event retweeting John Legend’s free concert announcement with — “I’ll be there!! Because I literally have no choice.”

He played some of his favorite songs with a request from his daughter of Tale as Old As Time from Beauty and the Beast and also had a Q&A with his fans as his wifey did live commentary.



The SI model showed up with a towel wrapped around herself and a turban on her head sitting on his piano while she roasted him for dropping viewers during the Q&A.

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For the last several nights, I have sat in bed awake, riddled with worry and anxiety. I wasn't sure what the future would hold, what the next steps would be, or how I would explain the situation to my children. I usually have anxiety, but this is heightened, even for me. Today, I saw that John Legend was LIVE. At 3:30pm on a Tuesday afternoon, I tuned in. When I heard his piercingly beautiful voice come through my phone I was transported back in time. He was one of my favorite college concerts, at a local small venue, with some of my best friends. It reminded me of a time where I didn't have any cares and thought I was invincible. Shortly after I tuned in, he decided to take a request… From his daughter. Luna requested Beauty and the Beast, and as "Tale as Old as Time" flooded my kitchen, I finally broke down. I didn't break down because of the ominous nature of this "live concert." I broke down because of its beauty. Here, is an EGOT, stuck in his home with his wife and children, sharing his gift with the world. I don't say world lightly. People were commenting from where they were turning in from every nation you could imagine. Even more beautiful? His mini concert was flooded with constant comments, and I only saw one negative one. ONE. 99.9% was love. As I stood in my kitchen and cried, it wasn't out of fear. It was out of hope. Hope for a world that feels more connected than ever. Hope for humanity freely sharing our love and our gifts. Hope for our children that we are all trying to do our part to make this world a little better for the next generation. I broke down because I'm ready to build up. . . . #johnlegend #chrissytiegan #togetherathome #covid #covid19 #covid_19 #quarantine #parenting #anxiety #lovewhatmatters #kindnessmatter

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A viewer shared how the home concert inspired her:

“For the last several nights, I have sat in bed awake, riddled with worry and anxiety…Today, I saw that John Legend was live,” she said. “When I heard his piercingly beautiful voice come through my phone I was transported back in time.”




“Shortly after I tuned in, he decided to take a request… From his daughter. Luna requested Beauty and the Beast, and as “Tale as Old as Time” flooded my kitchen, I finally broke down. I didn’t break down because of the ominous nature of this “live concert.” I broke down because of its beauty. Here, is an EGOT, stuck in his home with his wife and children, sharing his gift with the world.”

The concert is part of #togetherfromhome series where various artists are joining forces to entertain the masses while having to self-isolate in a bid to control COVID-19.