Video: Chrissy Teigen Forces Her Way Into John Legend's 'GoT' Viewing Party After Getting Kicked Out

In a video that she shares on Twitter, the 'Lip Sync Battle' co-host can be seen shouting, 'And what's the deal with Jon Snow!' as the 'All of Me' singer and his friend boo her off the stage.

AceShowbiz - John Legend just wanted to watch the season premiere of "Game of Thrones" peacefully, only to get distracted with wife Chrissy Teigen's constant questions. That apparently became a bit too much for the singer to the point where he ended up kicking her out of the viewing party. But knowing Chrissy, she wouldn't let him kick her out just like that.

In several videos that the supermodel shared on Twitter, she stated that she was "locked out" because she "talked too much." Unfortunately for John, Chrissy was rather handy at picking locks as she managed to break back into the room with the help of a pair of scissors. Exploding into a laughter, she and pal Jen Atkin began chanting "GoT! GoT!"

In another video, Chrissy was seen standing in front of the TV screen while shouting, "And what's the deal with Jon Snow! And I mean, seriously? Seriously? Seriously? Seriously? Am I right, guys?" But John and his friend clearly didn't agree with the "Lip Sync Battle" co-host because they booed her off the stage.

Many expressed sympathy for John, admitting that they would kick Chrissy too when she acted like that. In response to this, she stressed that she understood how people were excited for the new season and hoped that she would one day find her own "Game of Thrones", before realizing that she actually had some shows that she would be excited about.

"You guys really f***ing love game of thrones. which is great. it is great to love things. I honestly thought it was the last episode ever or something, I've never seen humans so collectively excited. I am happy for you I really am. Excited to find my game of thrones one day," she wrote, before expressing her loves for "Homeland" and "The Handmaid's Tale" in another tweet.

She wrote, "homeland and handmaids are the closes I've gotten to my personal game of thrones. I get excited to watch those (aside from anything bravo of course.)"

"Game of Thrones" season 8 airs on Sundays at 9 P.M. on HBO.

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