John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Hire Food Trucks for Protesters

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend attend the white party dinner hosted by Andrea and Veronica Bocelli celebrating Fight Night In Italy benefiting the Andrea Bocelli Foundation and The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center, Sept. 5, 2014, in Florence, Italy.Rachel Murray/Celebrity Fight Night/Getty Images
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend attend the white party dinner hosted by Andrea and Veronica Bocelli celebrating Fight Night In Italy benefiting the Andrea Bocelli Foundation and The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center, Sept. 5, 2014, in Florence, Italy.

Protesters in New York City got an unexpected boost Sunday with free food from John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.

The Grammy-winning singer and his model and food-blogger wife sent a fleet of food trucks to feed hungry protestors in New York’s Lincoln Square.

Neither was there. But Legend's rep confirmed that the couple was behind the generous food donation.

Teigen sent out information about the trucks Sunday to her half million Twitter followers.

3-6pm. FREE food trucks by Trader Joe's Union Sq. @ophelporhush #FergusontoNYC #NYC2Ferguson

— ophelporhush (@ophelporhush) December 7, 2014

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Meanwhile, Legend, who recently scored a Grammy nom for best pop solo performance for "All of Me," has been promoting the upcoming MLK biopic "Selma" on his Twitter feed. A song he wrote with rapper Common is featured on the soundtrack.

50 years since Selma. Still marching. Listen to this song @common and I wrote for @SelmaMovie http://t.co/yVLnbY3kRa

— John Legend (@johnlegend) December 4, 2014

Protestors marched throughout New York City for a fifth day in a row since a grand jury declined to indict police officers involved in the death of Eric Garner, who died after being placed in a choke hold.