NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Monday, November 21, 2016, 8:25 AM
Chrissy Teigen got bleeped out by censors for a comment she made about the election.
The supermodel, who is notoriously outspoken on social media about politics, dropped the f-bomb while introducing her husband, John Legend, at the American Music Awards.
“On the heels of what’s been a really interesting, (expletive) up election for all of us, I think we could all use a little more love,” the Sports Illustrated model said bluntly before introducing her husband.
Chrissy Teigen dropped an f-bomb at the American Music Awards.
Before making the candid comment, the 30-year-old gushed over Legend, 37, calling him a “wonderful father.” The duo recently welcomed 7-month-old daughter, Luna, to the world and Teigen confessed that many of his love songs are inspired by their relationship.
Legend then took the stage to belt out his newest single, “Love Me Now,” while images of diverse couples appeared on the screen.
John Legend performs “Love Me Now” at the American Music Awards.
(Matt Sayles/Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)
Over the weekend, the cookbook author also weighed in President-elect Donald Trump’s tweet that the cast of “Hamilton” should apologize to Mike Pence for reading a note to him after a performance of the critically acclaimed musical on Friday night.
“Donald is sensitive enough to actually seek out a way to punish/get back at anyone who dare criticize him,” she wrote on Nov. 19.
“That’s such a sad thought. Donald knows very well what he is doing. He knows the Hamilton speech was NBD. He knows his tweet will fire both sides up to distract from the 25 million dollar settlement of yesterday. Most conniving human on planet earth.”