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"He doesn't care." The one question Chrissy Teigen wants people to stop asking John Legend.

Reports of the glamorous after-parties and lavish goodie bags of the Oscars have given us the teeniest bit of celebrity-envy this week.

But there’s one aspect of celebrity life during awards season that we certainly do not envy, and that’s being asked the same mundane questions on the red carpet, over and over again.

Psst, check out our favourite moments from the Oscars. Post continues after.

For Chrissy Teigen, there’s one question in particular that comes to mind – one that’s often posed to her husband, John Legend.

While the model and mother-of-two is basically an open book, this line of enquiry deeply irks her, and we can see why.

It’s centred around her social media antics – antics like live-Tweeting her Oscars hangover and constantly trolling her husband.

On Tuesday night, Chrissy vented on Twitter about how “a very common question when interviewing John is basically ‘how do you deal with your wife’.

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She said he’s frequently asked if she runs certain things by him before she tweets them, and the answer is, of course, no.

The 33-year-old said she finds this question “weird”.

“I don’t care and he doesn’t care. End of question,” she explained. “But it’s not even that. It’s just that I am a different human than him? It is theeeee most common question with him. Please stop.”

Chrissy clarified that she understands this comes from people noticing how “different” they are from each other, but added that she’s never asked the same question about John.

“You don’t ask me how I deal with watching MSNBC every night or what I do while he’s silent for a week,” she said.

John chimed in to throw his support behind his wife, and we honestly didn’t think we could love them any more than we already did.

“Yeah my wife is brilliant, savvy, funny as hell and clearly better at social media than me. She doesn’t need my advice or censorship when it comes to how she communicates with the public,” he wrote.

Never change, you two.

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