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John Legend Says Son Miles Was "in Heaven" Watching the Cowboys Together: See Pics
The Voice Coach brought his 5-year-old to Texas for a Cowboys vs Eagles game.
John Legend and his son have embraced Sunday Night Football!
On December 10, The Voice Coach took his 5-year-old son, Miles, to Texas to watch a Dallas Cowboys vs Philadelphia Eagles game, where the Cowboys ended up winning 33-13. In the cute snapshots, Legend and Miles posed next to former Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith, before we caught a glimpse of the father-son duo making silly faces in their seats. Then, Legend adorably holds his mini-me's hand while they stand on the field.
"Thanks to the @dallascowboys for hosting me and Miles (who fell in love with that star on the helmet at age 3!) for SNF. He was in heaven," Legend captioned the post.
John Legend attending games with Miles this fall
Legend loves to take Miles to some fun sporting events. On November 12, the "All of Me" singer brought Miles along to a L.A. Lakers vs. Portland Trail Blazers basketball game, and the two totally had a blast.
In the heartwarming pictures, Legend shared a selfie of him and Miles in courtside seats, while Legend rocked a leather jacket and Miles adorably wore a batman shirt. Then, Legend shared the moment where he and Miles were broadcast on the Jumbotron.
"Thank you @lakers for a great game and great seats!" Legend captioned the post.
Back in September 9, Legend and Miles attended a University of South Florida football game where Legend's nephew, Michael Brown-Stephens, plays as a wide receiver for the USF Bulls. The game, which also happened to fall on Brown-Stephens' birthday, resulted in a 38-24 win for USF against Florida A&M.
Legend then shared a picture of him, Miles, and Brown-Stephens together while Miles sat on his dad's shoulders.
"Happy birthday @mikebrownstephens! Great win by @usffootball!" Legend captioned the post.
In a 2021 interview with The Pioneer Press, Brown-Stephens talked about being close with his Grammy-winning uncle. “I like to argue that I was one of his first kids, before he had his two younger ones,” Brown-Stephens told the outlet. “He kind of looked at me the same way. We just build a really good relationship.”
How to watch Sunday Night Football on NBC
The games kick off on NBC at 8:20 ET. Sunday Night Football also simultaneously streams on Peacock, meaning you can watch them from anywhere.
Peacock is available starting at $5.99 per month for an ad-supported Premium plan, or you can select its Premium Plus plan without ads for $11.99 per month.