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Chrissy Teigen & John Legend Spider-Man Kiss Is So Cute

Minutes before the MTV Movie & TV Awards kicked off, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend gave the contenders for the Best Kiss category a run for their money — and Chrissy and John aren't even at the show.

During a special MTV Movie & TV Awards-themed episode of "Lip Sync Battle," Chrissy Teigen and John Legend won the MTV Movie Awards with the kiss to end all kisses — and it was performed, of course, with the star's favorite movie in mind.

The episode, which featured the showdown to end all showdowns between Zendaya and Tom Holland, featured a peak Chrissy (I mean, isn't she always?), but it was the final two minutes of the show that really solidified the fact that the winner of this week's "Lip Sync Battle" was the co-host of the show and no one else.

Acting out her own movie "fantasy," the supermodel, author and A+ tweeter spiraled out of the sky after Holland (who plays Spider-Man in the most recent iteration of the movies) finished his take on "Umbrella" by Rihanna.

Confessing that she's long wanted to re-create the famous Spider-Man kiss (which Kirsten Dunst and Tobey Maguire first blessed the world with in 2002), Teigen came ready to live out her fantasies. And just when we all thought she was going to make the magic happen on stage with Holland, Teigen's husband John Legend swooped in at the last second.

It goes without saying, but the on-screen re-enactment from Teigen and Legend was not just swoon-worthy, it was award show-worthy. (Why were they not nominated again??)

And while I'm kind of surprised that Teigen and Legend managed to make an award show they're not even at all about them, I am also not at all surprised that the twosome managed to make an award show they're not even at all about them.

So like, as a fan of award shows, I'm definitely ready to see who's going to win the Best Kiss category, but TBQH, I've already seen the night's best kiss winners in action — and they didn't even make me pay the price of a movie ticket to get in on the action.