John Legend And Chrissy Teigen Are Inspiring A Sitcom - Here's Why It Should Happen

'Black-ish' creator Kenya Barris has this power couple in mind for his next ABC sitcom.

When it comes to John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, all of us loves all of them; those two are fun and sweet and ridiculously pretty people who have no problem taking the world along for the ride on their beautiful whirlwind romance.

Thanks to all of their overt romantic gestures -- be they song lyrics or mushy-gushy Instagram pics galore -- we kinda feel like we know them (and we are also super confident that their solid coupledom will survive 2015, a.k.a. The Year of Many Break-Ups, but that's a subject for another story).

Thanks to "Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris, we might be getting an all-new level of insight into the epic relationship of these talented stunners, too.

Per Buzzfeed, Barris has plans to create a Chrissy Teigen and John Legend-inspired sitcom -- with the couple on board as producing partners, no less -- for ABC because, in his words, "they’re both super creative and super effusive and I’m just fans of them and everything they stand for."

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A to the MEN, Mr. Barris.

We, too, think that there's some great material to mine from when it comes to the Grammy-winning artist and his swimsuit model-turned-cookbook author wife.

For example, their creative experimentation with food is downright inspiring.

They even have deep conversations about cornbread sometimes. You know, the stuff that really matters.

They eat noodles in the bed just like us.

AND spaghetti.

They're also not afraid to spice things up from time to time.

But sometimes, they like to just have fun with each other.

They may not have kids yet, but they've got a house full of fur babies to play with.

And their baby pictures are the cutest things we've ever seen ever.

They know a good photo op when they see one.

And they always give good photo booth.

They also have some friends in high places.

They're the kinda couple who jetset on fancy mystery dates because romance is still alive.

They always try to make the best of a bad situation.

Yes, John and Chrissy have been known to break it down in formalwear at random diners just because.

They've got eachother's backs, always.

And internet, they're totally trolling you.

Their love has inspired some beautiful music.

At the end of the day, they're just ridiculously cute together and everyone knows it.

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