John Legend is beyond excited for Beyoncé and Jay Z!
ET caught up with the "Love Me Now" singer at his Super Bowl commercial launch party for LIFEWTR in Houston, Texas, on Friday, just three days after Queen B announced she was pregnant with twins via social media.
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Although he hasn't had a chance to reach out to the couple just yet, he sends them nothing but well wishes at this exciting time.
"I'm happy for them," he gushed. "It's a beautiful thing. They already know that though. They already have a wonderful daughter, they know what it feels like, and I'm excited for them."
Another thing he's excited for? Future play time between the twins, his daughter, 9-month-old Luna (who he shares with wife Chrissy Teigen), and Bey and Jay's 5-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy!
"Who knows? I have no idea," he joked when asked what their play dates would be like. "Hopefully some good music will come out of it."
All jokes aside, Legend also opened up to ET about his new LIFEWTR commercial, which will air during Super Bowl LI on Sunday.
"[I'm] going to be part of the commercial, I'm excited about that," he explained. "No stress. They just push play. I won't even see it when it’s on TV. I'll be just hanging out at the game. I don't get to see the ads, so I'll have to watch them on YouTube afterwards, but I'm excited for the game."
And when asked if he has any intel about Beyoncé possibly joining Lady Gaga onstage during the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show, he played coy.
"I truly don't know," he dished.
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As we patiently wait to see whether or not the "Sorry" singer will take the stage at Houston's NRG Stadium on Sunday, watch the video below to hear what we do know we can expect from Gaga's highly anticipated performance.
Friday's LIFEWTR Art After Dark was headlined by Bruno Mars with a special performance by DJ Khaled, and featured an exclusive speakeasy lounge in honor of 1893 from the makers of PepsiCola.
-- Reporting by Darla Murray