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It's official—gold medalist Aly Raisman has added a supermodel and Grammy winner to her post-Olympics squad.

Fresh off of her wins in Rio de Janeiro, the 22-year-old Massachusetts native was slated to walk the white carpet at the annual MTV Video Music Awards alongside her celebrated teammates. But first, it was time to get glam with the help of one of Hollywood's favorite families. 

Before switching into her Hayley Page nude floral dress, Raisman sat with her hair set in curls while Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's one and only daughter Luna Simone Stephens kept her company seated on her lap. 

"Getting ready before the VMA's!!" the athlete explained on Instagram. "Baby Luna helping me decide how to do my hair and makeup." With a former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit covergirl as a mom, we'd take any advice the 4-month-old is willing to offer. 

Aly Raisman, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Luna Simone Stephens, 2016 MTV VMAs

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She wasn't the only member of the Raisman clan to get some A-list advice. The "All of Me" musician showed off his tie skills with her younger brother. "@johnlegend teaching my bro @brettraisman to put on a tie!" she wrote on Instagram. 

Once inside Madison Square Garden, the four members of the "Final Five" came face to face with some of their favorite celebrities. The ladies posed with one of the night's performers, Ariana Grande, and Laurie Hernandez didn't waste any time getting a selfie with Kanye West

"I love Kanye more than Kanye loves Kanye," the 16-year-old New Jersey native remarked on Instagram. As for his equally famous partner, Kim Kardashian, Simone Biles finally got the chance to meet her after publicly expressing her plan for an introduction. 

Kim Kardashian Snapchat, MTV VMAs 2016

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"I have planned tomorrow at the VMAs, I'm gonna meet Kim Kardashian and then I'm gonna send her daughter some [leotards], so I'm set on doing that," she said during a press conference Saturday.

The pièce de résistance came when the group took the stage to present the Moonman for the year's Best Female Video, which ultimately went to Beyoncé for her fired-up performance for her hit "Hold Up." The women were visibly elated when they realized they were about to come into contact with the queen of pop. 

Pay close attention to Hernandez's facial expression—we feel you, Laurie. 

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