John Legend’s fiancée, Chrissy Teigen, was really excited about making it to 200,000 Twitter followers. No, really. The swimsuit model posted a nude photo of herself on Instagram to celebrate her social media milestone. “The Gram” doesn’t allow for explicit images to go up , but this one must’ve slipped through the cracks. In the photo, Teigen is being interviewed by a fully clothed women, as she stands there butt-naked. Within minutes, Teigen showed (slight) regret over posting the flick, but was too drunk to really care. “Sh-t. I didn’t think it was that bad but I’m on the wine,” she wrote. She also clarified the image. “It’s not a n-pple it’s a shadow it’s not a bush it’s a shadow oh god I just blew it up on my computer I get what you’re saying oh no.” Drinking “the wine” must’ve calmed Teigen’s trepidation because she never took the photo down, and neither did Instagram. Being on Legend’s arm has garnered the 27-year-old more popularity, but she’s no stranger to stirring the pot on Twitter. After the Oscars last month, Teigen called 9-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis “cocky,” questioning if she was “forced” to like the young actress because she was a child. Wallis was also called a c*nt by satirical news site TheOnion.com. See Teigen’s nudy flick below.
John Legend’s crime drama, The Edge, has been sold to the USA network, Vibe.com reports. Legend inked an exclusive deal with Universal Cable Productions last summer, through his production company Get Lifted Film Co., and the forthcoming project marks his second show to be picked up. USA is the sister network to UCP. The Edge centers around “an idealistic Harvard Business School graduate named Jeff Cross who joins a progressive financial firm called Edgeton Global, where he discovers the company’s dark secrets while becoming entangled in a high-stakes FBI investigation.” Writing partners, Justin Herber and Adam Hoff will handle the script, and executive produce the series alongside Legend and his partners, Mike Jackson and Ty Stiklorius. “We are very excited about our first sale though our UCP deal and look forward to many more,” Legend, Jackson and Stiklorious said in a statement to the Hollywood Reporter. In October, Fox acquired one of Legends others shows, which is currently untitled and based around a male character in his 20s who becomes guardian to his siblings. Penned by Tommy Dewey and Greg Bratman, the series is loosely inspired by Legend’s real life. Premiere dates and casting information for both projects have not yet been revealed.
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