Jesus Christ Superstar is a decades-old musical (specifically, a rock opera).
The latest iteration of the trend of networks big, star-studded live performances of famous musicals was NBC putting on this show, which depicts the final weeks of Jesus' life, as an Easter special.
While Jesus Christ Superstar is sometimes controversial, particularly for its depiction of Judas as a tragic and even sympathetic character, the musical enjoys a great deal of popularity among both Christian and non-Christian audiences.
For this show, the titular role of Jesus fell to the phenomenal John Legend.
His wife, Chrissy Teigen, has been tweeting about this for weeks. Naturally, she livetweeted the entire show.
As always, her tweets are absolutely golden.
Chrissy Teigen was hyped, folks
She is also very straightforward about how little she knows about the story of Jesus.
Most of the show is music, with very little spoken dialogue
So there are a lot of songs for her to find exciting.
Chrissy can be a little mean sometimes
No one deserves to be compared to Milo.
Oh no, someone found him
No offense but ... she's right.
Ah, a birkenstocks joke
Though the show is traditionally full of anachronisms (part of the fun of musical theater), they are all wearing sandals.
Chrissy wasn't super familiar with the plot
But that's okay -- watching any show for the first time can be an eye-opening experience.
Chrissy had tweeted about this scene before
At the time, she admitted -- or joked -- that she had believed that the scene would involve "leopards."
Sara Bareilles was part of the cast
Don't worry; Chrissy also likes her actual husband's singing, too.
She also kept track of current events
Don't worry -- Tiangong-1 crashed in the South Pacific. To be clear, we mean the actual ocean, not in the musical titled "South Pacific."
The leading men were wearing V-necks
Chrissy was captivated by them. Perhaps because one of those men was her husband.
Also she spilled some insider knowledge
Awwww! They're such a cute couple, honestly.
Then she got to, you know, the crucifixion part
She goes back to those V-necks
V-neck shirts are good, but clearly she found them a little distracting.
Here is John with his V-neck
Chrissy herself shared this glimpse.
Not only is the show itself controversial, but so are Chrissy and John
We have to love how coolly Chrissy deflects attacks on herself and her husband.
The hater wants the world to know that this isn't a race thing
It is, apparently, a bizarre conspiracy theory thing.
Even Bill O'Reilly jumped in to try to criticize the performance
Chrissy always claps back.