Even celebrity dads take on diaper duty!

By Maura Hohman
February 03, 2019 07:50 PM

A full and super stinky diaper won’t stop John Legend or Adam Levine from singing a sweet tune.

In a commercial for Pampers that the dads shared on social media right before the Super Bowl kickoff, Legend, 40, is serenading the youngest of his two little ones, 8-month-old Miles Theodore, and asks for some assistance from his older child, Luna Simone, 2½. After the wipe she throws her dad’s way appears to be insufficient, the EGOT-winner calls on a chorus of dads in baby carriers to help him finish the song.

Then Levine, 39, shows up and sings to his own baby, adding, “And daddy’s going to clean it up!” Just when the song winds down, Miles and Luna’s mom, Chrissy Teigen, walks in, apparently unamused by the crowd in her home.

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“Oh hey, Chrissy,” the Maroon 5 frontman — who’s performing the Super Bowl LIII halftime show — says, and the Lip Sync Battle host, 33, responds, “Must we do this every time?”

Legend captioned his post, “Tiny audience… big impact.”

The tune in the commercial was so catchy that fans naturally assumed the “All of Me” singer wrote it — but, as it turns out, it’s actually Teigen’s masterpiece.

The cookbook author revealed the news in response to a fan’s tweet, which read, “Ugh, John could make BILLIONS on jingles. Between this and Headband of the Day, he’ll be in my head all day…”

“I WROTE IT,” Teigen responded in all caps.

Legend previously told PEOPLE that he and wife have been singing the “Stinky Booty Song” — which he claimed he created — to Luna ever since she was just 1 or 2 months old.

“She still loves the song even though she’s potty-trained,” he said. “We’re using it on Miles now.”

When it comes to being on diaper duty, Legend told PEOPLE that he and the model have split it pretty evenly with their kids.

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“It’s just whoever is able to do it at that time,” he said. “It has never been a thing where it’s like, ‘You have to do it or I have to do it.’ It’s like, ‘Okay, I have him right now and his diaper needs changing, I smell it, I’m going to change him.’ I’ve always been like that, and never felt any hesitancy to do it.”

“I had never changed a diaper before Luna, but I learned quickly,” Legend explained. “It’s not hard — just do it. I think us having dogs has made it easier to deal with the whole poop of it all. Once you get used to poop, you’re not too squeamish about anything.”

Super Bowl 53, which pits the Los Angeles Rams against the New England Patriots, is airing live from Atlanta on CBS.