Celebrity couple Chrissy Teigen and John Legend reportedly bought out an entire row of seats at Radio City Music Hall so they could avoid crowds and onlookers as the Omicron spreads through the city. 

The couple took their children, Luna, 4, and Miles, 2, to see the Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular starring The Rockettes, where an unnamed concert-goer took the picture of them.  

The person told FOX News that Grammy Award winning singer and his celebrity wife had clearly purchased the entire row of seats behind them to avoid having anyone breathing at their backs.

The photos show only one bodyguard (and presumably his family), with two people sitting next to him, in an empty row. A row of seats in an orchestra section contains 12 and a row with all twelve would be more than 3000.

Social media users quickly condemned the couple as a wealthy celebrity couple with a net worth of $75m. Others were also quick to criticize their COVID precautions, which may have stopped other families seeing The Rockettes on that evening.

John Legend, center, and wife Chrissy Teigen were spotted enjoying the Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes on Friday

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen were spotted on Friday enjoying Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring Rockettes.

They had apparently rented out the entire row of seats behind them to avoid having anyone at their backs, save for a body guard and presumably his family

The entire row behind them had been rented to the occupants in order not to have anyone else at their backs. This was except for his family and his bodyguard.

Singer John Legend was pictured carrying his son Miles, 2, over his head as they walked over to Radio City Music Hall on Friday for the performance

Chrissy Teigen walked with daughter Luna, 4, after going Christmas shopping at FAO Schwarz

John Legend was seen with Miles (2 years old) as he walked up to Radio City Music Hall. Teigen took Luna (4 years), across the street after they had spent an afternoon shopping at FAO Schwarz.

Sources also stated that after Christmas shopping at FAO Schwarz, the family moved into the Orchestra seats right before 5pm.

Legend left the theatre 10 minutes prior to the scheduled end. To avoid being seen and harassed by fans, the bodyguard assisted Teigen and his children in getting out of the theater.

After the photos of the outing were posted on Monday, some people used social media to criticize the couple for being too elitist and buying an entire row to prevent any COVID exposure.

“So @ChrissyTeigen & @JohnLegend denied other family children the chance to see the Christmas Show because they didn’t want to bother by the serfs,” one user on Twitter wrote. He called them “a few elitist jaks.”

One user called them fake for purchasing a complete row at Radio City, and freezing out normal Americans.

“Who is tired of Hollyweird Libtards infringing upon regular Americans?” The user rhetorically asked Teigen and Legend, and said, “Next time, stay home… No one likes your.” 

The Radio City Rockettes are pictured performing at the 89th Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting

Radio City Rockettes performing at the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting 89th Anniversary

According to Radio City Music Hall's policy all guests 12 and older are required to show proof of vaccination against COVID

Radio City Music Hall requires all of its guests to present proof that they have been vaccinated against COVID.

FOX News also learned from an anonymous source that Teigen was able to enjoy a snack while Teigen was still wearing his mask for most of the 90 minute Christmas Spectacular.

Conforming to venue policies, all guests over 12 years old must present proof that they have been vaccinated against COVID. Anyone less than two weeks after their last dose of vaccine is allowed to leave the premises without a mask.

Despite this, New York City’s COVID positivity rates are increasing and many people still wear masks.

When data were last updated November 30, the city had nearly 1,600 COVID cases per day, a 25 percent increase over the 1,200 daily average two weeks prior.

It is already a hotspot for Omicron, with seven Omicron variant cases detected in the area as of Monday morning. These cases account almost entirely of eight in the state, which makes it the largest Omicron concentration in America.

A Minnesota man was also a victim of the crime. He had just returned from New York City to attend a convention.  

Bill de Blasio, the outgoing mayor of New York City, stated that there would be an increase in cases within the next few months. 

At a press conference, de Blasio declared that you can’t expect the community to spread.  

De Blasio is currently in his final month as an officeholder and announced Monday at a news conference that he would institute a mandate to vaccinate employees from the private sector in the city. Children aged 5-11 years old will need to show proof of vaccination in order to participate in indoor eating, exercise, or entertainment. 

The bombshell vaccine mandate – announced just four days before most private sector employees knock off for the holidays –  will begin on December 27, though the mayor says more information will be available on the initiative on December 15. 

The mandate will cover in-person employment. Any place that has more than one worker on the site will be subject to it. There will not be an option to opt out of testing. 

 At least 90 percent of New Yorkers have received at least one shot of the COVID-19 vaccine as of Monday, with 70 percent being fully vaccinated.

The indoor activity vaccine requirement for children five- to eleven years of age will also be in effect. Children who want to participate in extracurricular school activities such as band, dance, orchestra, or sports will need to have at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Bill de Blasio (pictured), New York City mayor, announced Monday that he would shortly implement a COVID-19 mandate for all private sector employers within the city. 

The mandates announced the mayor include a vaccine mandate for private sector employees working in-person, without a testing option and children over five being required to show proof of vaccine before entering dining, entertainment or fitness venues

Mayor Announces a mandate to mandate private sector workers working in-person without the option of testing. Children over 5 years old are required to present proof of vaccination before they can enter restaurants, entertainment, or fitness facilities.

Some business leaders in the area have expressed their dismay at the requirements.  

Kathryn Wylde of Partnership for NYC stated that there was no forewarning or discussion about the legality of it. 

‘There’s been no consultation… we were blindsided…It’s unclear by what authority the mayor is doing this’  

Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin from Long Island is seeking to be nominated for Governor. Zeldin also called the new vaccine requirement a job-killing, small-business-suppressing’ mandate.

‘When you dangerously combine a far-left, lame duck politician, who is anti-business, one-dimensional, unaccountable, not bright and has a perpetual `I always know best´ attitude,’ you get Bill de Blasio, the Worst Mayor in America,’ Zeldin said in a statement.