Chrissy Teigen’s Video of John & Miles Playing Piano Will Give You Goosebumps

What did the world do to entertain itself before Chrissy Teigen’s Instagram existed? Teigen posted a video of John Legend’s piano duet with son Miles on Sunday, and our lives have not been the same since. Between Legend’s unreal musical talents (that voice!) and little Miles serving up 1-year-old cuteness, it’s some of Teigen’s best work.

Let’s set the scene: Teigen has captioned the video, “Stop everything,” and it opens on Legend and Miles sitting at the piano together. Legend is playing an elaborate accompaniment to “My Favorite Things,” while Miles — looking alternately up at Legend or up at Teigen’s camera for encouragement — strategically bangs on the keys in front of him for back-up. Eventually, Legend starts singing (yes, it’s hauntingly beautiful), and even Miles seems kind of impressed.

Teigen and Legend’s celebrity friends are freaking out over this video as much as we are, with Gwyneth Paltrow commenting, “Oh my flipping lord,” and Kelly Preston adding, “Oh my gawd!!!!!!!!!!! I can’t take it!!!!” Teigen’s feed has been a serious goldmine of late, with this video bookended by photos of Miles and 3-year-old daughter Luna. The photo of Miles shows him posing on a figurine (in the same space-themed onesie from the video!), and the photo of Luna is a striking shot of their daughter in a purple dress, matching tights, and black cowboy boots. “Wowwww Luna’s #OOTD,” Teigen captioned the snap — and while, yes, that’s impressive style, we’d also like to point out that she looks so so much like Chrissy there, it’s startling.

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stop everything

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@krisjenner he’s meeeee!!

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wowwww Luna’s #OOTD

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We can’t help being just a little bit jealous of Teigen’s home life — every rose has its thorns and all that, but coming home to a John Legend-baby Miles serenade sounds pretty damn great.

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