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John Legend named Sexiest Man Alive 2019


13 November 2019  

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CALIFORNIA: R&B crooner John Legend has been named the Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine.

The Grammy-winning singer known for his silky-smooth vocals was revealed as this year’s winner Tuesday night on NBC’s ‘The Voice’. He serves as a coach on the singing competition series with Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarkson, and Blake Shelton.

Shelton, who was named Sexiest Man Alive in 2017, announced Legend’s honor on ‘The Voice’. The country singer then handed Legend some short shorts with bedazzled letters “EGOTSMA” to signify the singer’s many honors: an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony and now, Sexiest Man Alive.

Legend tells the magazine in an issue out Friday the honor comes with some pressure after following Idris Elba, who was last year’s winner. He jokes it “is not fair and is not nice to me!”

The 40-year-old Legend is a 10-time Grammy winner. He took home an Oscar in 2015 for co-writing the song ‘Glory’ from the film ‘Selma’.

Legend has two children with model-television host Chrissy Teigen.

Other recent winners include Dwayne Johnson and David Beckham.

“I want to thank Blake Shelton,” Legend said. “I observed every move he made, every utterance that came from his mouth and I think some of it rubbed off on me.

Legend said his wife is proud of him.

“I’ve finally impressed her,” he said.

The couple’s children? Not so much. Teigen posted a video of the reveal of their daughter asking to turn off ‘The Voice’ and go back to a movie. Teigen titled the post “The kids … do not care.”

(Agencies)

Publish Date : 13 November 2019 17:37 PM

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