John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, parents to little Luna and Miles, featured in an advert for baby diapers and John gave it his all changing a “stinky booty”


Los Angelas – John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are now parents to two adorable children so it is only fitting that they would start endorsing baby products. True to their fun-loving and musical nature, the pair teamed up for an adorable advert for Pampers.

The advert starts out with John changing baby Miles’ diaper but Miles has something brewing in there. John opens the nappy and to his horror, quickly shut it closed. He then starts singing “Stinky Booty” and asks daughter Luna for some assistance. He is then backed up by a chorus of dads who sing along with him.

They part down the middle and there is Adam Levine who sings the song to his daughter, Gio Grace. It is at this point that Chrissy walks in and asks if they have to do this every single time John changes a diaper.

Chrissy and John have both been very outspoken in Hollywood about their parenting style and this ad tackels that of fathers being more hands on. The advert aired at the same time as the Super Bowl and used the buzz of Adam Levine’s half time show to get views.

This isn’t the first time John changed a diaper on camera, in 2018 John and Luna did an advert with the diaper company where they debuted the “Stinky Booty” song.

You can watch the adorable advert below.

Sources: iol / YouTube
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