Andy Cohen couldn't help but grill the singer about what she and the highest paid NFL player did to celebrate.
Ciara was beaming when she stopped by "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" Tuesday night. After all, her husband had just renewed his contract with the Seattle Seahawks for another four years.
But it wasn't just any ol' contract; it was a $140 million contract, making Russell Wilson the highest paid player in the NFL.
Russell celebrated the news by posting a selfie-style Instagram video of him and Ciara in bed. "Aye, Seattle -- we got a deal! But imma see ya'll in the morning," Russell said to the camera, which Ciara followed with, "Go Hawks! Goodnight! Finally, we can go to sleep." But Andy Cohen wasn't buying that the couple kept true to their word.
"Did you guys have sex immediately after?" he asked the blushing songstress. "After he made the deal, was that the first thing that happened?"
"After we did that video, we went to sleep," Ciara said with a smile. "After the video. I mean, that video happened right after [he signed the contract]. That was the order of events in the night. So after we did that, we went to sleep. But I'm not saying what happened before!"
"There had to be -- I mean, did you have a moment with Russell where you were like jumping up and down on the bed, screaming, after he signed?" Andy pressed. "Was there a real, celebratory, crazy moment that the two of you shared?"
"Honestly, I'm just so proud of him," she replied. "He's just incredible. But honestly, at that point, when you saw that video, we had went through a long day. The calls are happening at the last second, at the last minute. It's literally down to the wire. It's so fascinating how that works in sports. But you know, we were able to sleep very comfortably."
Andy then asked Ciara what her first big purchase would be as the wife of the highest paid NFL player.
"Um, that's a good question. I want an Hermes bag," she replied with a laugh.
"On a scale from one to 10, how jealous is every other NFL player's wife?" Andy asked, but Ciara maintained that "it's all love" among the football community.
"Was there a moment when you thought he wouldn't take the deal?" Andy asked.
"It was a process," Ciara explained. "It really went down to the wire, and you just don't know what's gonna happen until that very last second."
"We love being Seahawks," she added. "Seattle's amazing. It's family. It's 'Go Hawks' for life. This is a special time for us, and we're glad to know that Seattle's continuing to be home."
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