Chrissy Teigen teased John Legend, who produced 'La La Land', for not winning an Oscar at this year's ceremony.
The 'All of Me' hitmaker served as producer on 'La La Land', which missed out on the Best Picture gong at this year's event despite it being mistakenly called as the winner due to an envelope mix up, and whilst John is the previous recipient of an Academy Award, Chrissy was quick to point out he missed out this time.
Uploading a video to her Twitter account, Chrissy said: "Hi guys. I'm here joined by Oscar winner John Legend - not this year."
And in another video posted by John on social media, the couple can be seen cruising past a Hollywood tour bus, where John shouts out hello to the passengers.
Chrissy - who has 10-month-old daughter Luna with John - can then be heard shouting: "It's John Legend! He won an Oscar - not this year though."
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) February 27, 2017
It comes after the 31-year-old model was nicknamed the "queen of the internet" when footage emerged of her appearing to be asleep on John's shoulder at the Oscars.
When the camera panned to the audience during Emma Stone and Casey Affleck's acceptance speeches for Best Actress and Best Actor in a Leading Role respectively, Chrissy's eyes were shut and she was leaning on her husband.
Appearing to reference the footage, Chrissy wrote to her 4.4 million followers on Twitter: "just woke up what happened (sic)"
Chrissy and John regularly document their relationship on social media, leading to people telling them they are "relationship goals" but Chrissy thinks "it's kind of silly" that people feel that way because everyone needs to "have high standards of relationships goals."
She said: "I do think it's kind of silly. I love being that way, because I love people looking up to somebody who has a relationship that's enviable, of course. But also, the things they say it for are so stupid, like, we'll be eating a burrito and someone will be like, 'Relationship goals!' and I'm like, 'Go get a burrito? Just eat a burrito!'
"We should definitely have higher standards of relationship goals, but at the same time we're very happy to be people's relationship goals."