Hollywood power couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen may soon be coming to TV. ABC ordered a pilot for he singer and the the supermodel's "Ordinary People."
Teigen is also the first model to return for a second year at the new creative agency XOXO.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen's "Ordinary People" is being described as a single-camera romantic comedy series based on Legend and Teigen's relationship., according to Variety.
"Ordinary People" was also the name of Legend's first hit single. The series will follow an interracial couple.
Chrissy Teigen returned to shoot XOXO's Fall/Winter 2015 ad campaign.
"I was so excited to come back to my XOXO family for a second year," Chrissy Teigen said in a statement.
"My experience with the XOXO team has been so much fun and I've loved seeing the brand evolve over the past year. The Fall/Winter 2015 Collection has to be my favorite one yet. The pieces shot for the campaign are fantastic."
Teigen is the first in the history of XOXO to represent the brand for a second consecutive year.
"We are very excited to have Chrissy back for her second year as the face of the brand," said Ally Ulrich, Director of Marketing & Communications.
"Chrissy is a perfect fit to represent the XOXO girl. She's driven, confident and sexy and most importantly incredibly fun to work with. Continuing this relationship felt like a natural fit for us."
Chrissy's husband John Legend's Oscar even made an appearance on set, which the model danced with between bites of sour candy and make-up touch ups. Behind the scenes images that captured the day as well as a short fashion film will be available late September on XOXO.com along with the additional campaign images.
The Fall/Winter 2015 campaign is an ongoing evolution of the iconic "Hugs & Kisses XOXO" campaign which launched in the early 90's featuring supermodel Tyra Banks and have included legendary supermodels including Christy Turlington (1996), Amber Valetta (1997), Claudia Schiffer (1998), Alessandra Ambrosio (2006), Miranda Kerr (2009), Erin Heatherton (2013), and Lily Aldridge (2014).