Chrissy Teigen and John Legend appear to buy out row to attend NYC’s vax only Radio City Music Hall

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Celebrity privilege may have been in play, as it were, at New York City’s iconic Radio City Music Hall on Friday.

Fox News Digital reported that the liberal luminaries John Legend and Chrissy Teigen appear to have bought tickets for the entire row directly behind them for the Christmas Spectacular featuring the famous Rockettes dance ensemble which they attended with daughter Luna, 5 and son Miles, 2.

Those seats were apparently empty during the performance, other than for a bodyguard, at the renowned Manhattan tourist attraction, which is especially popular during the holiday season.

A ticket in the orchestra section from where the musician and the model, and their family, enjoyed the show, can cost up to about $250 each. According to what a picture-taking source told Fox News, “they had clearly purchased the entire row of seats behind them in order to avoid having anyone at their backs during the show.”

The fully vaccinated couple did keep their masks on, although Radio City Hall does not require double-vaxxed guests to wear facial coverings.

“Legend took off ten minutes before the end of the show in order to avoid being spotted or accosted by fans while the bodyguard helped escort Teigen and their kids out as soon as the show formally ended,” Fox News added.

Radio City is one of the many indoor venues in NYC that requires proof of COVID vaccination for those 12 and above to enter. Kids below age 12 must stay masked the entire time.

Legend recently celebrated on social media the occasion of 5-year-old Luna receiving her second COVID-19 jab.

Last month, Kanye West called out Biden/Harris supporter Legend for being a sellout to the Democrat Party.

The equally anti-Trump Teigen made headlines in the past year when it was revealed that she was engaging in cyberbullying.

Radio City’s FAQ explains that unused tickets can be donated to “the Garden of Dreams Foundation, a non-profit charity that will provide children the opportunity to attend the Christmas Spectacular,” although tickets must be donated at least 72 hours in advance.

Assuming Legend and Teigen did buy out the entire row behind the back, it’s unclear what happened to the tickets or how many of the ducats were involved. The FAQ also noted that “There is a 25 ticket limit per purchaser over the entire 2021 Christmas Spectacular season.”

Although the husband-and-wife clout-chasing team has plenty of fans on social media who maintained that the circumstances surrounding their Radio City excursion is no big deal, others don’t seem to have their back.

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