The “Red Table Talk” host, who turned 50 on September 18, marked the occasion by fielding interesting questions about her marriage with Will Smith from famous pals on Wednesday’s show. The two were married in 1997 and have been married for more than two decades, documenting their peaks and troughs. On Wednesday’s edition of Facebook Watch’s Red Table Talk, George Clooney made a clever special appearance to blast Jada Pinkett Smith to celebrate her 50th birthday. It isn’t the first occasion Jada has been open regarding her current intimate relationship. In a Guardian interview in June, she discussed her unusual views on marriage and her relationship with Will.
Celebs taped a funny message for Jada which made her emotional!
Clooney, her dear friend, and various other celebrities sent video posts to be teased on her special episode wholly dedicated to Jada’s birthday, which was on September 18. Clooney was seen addressing Jada, that he is here talking to her from inside his closet as outside the closet there are his twins with plastic swords. He said that his twins are playing crazily and are bashing madly at each other in their heads. And it just did not look like the right way to celebrate a birthday, Clooney began in his video, meaning his twins, son Alexander and daughter Ella.
The love left her sobbing
On her Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk, Jada Pinkett Smith was left sobbing at her star-studded surprise 50th birthday celebration. Willow Smith, her daughter, and Adrienne Banfield-Norris, her mother, had pulled out all the stops for her big day. Jada was greeted to a succession of video tributes from celebrities including Mariah Carey and George Clooney as she came onto a set decked up in flowers and jewels. George inquired about Jada’s relationship with her movie star husband, Will Smith, to the hosts’ delight. In a serious response to his question, Jada emphasized the importance of her husband’s ‘friendship, noting that really how do you put up with anyone?’
The ‘how do you put up with will’ question
After that, the Ocean’s Eleven stars Jada’s husband, Will Smith. He said, “Now, they have asked me to ask you one important question, ” he added, and I have one that I’ve meant to ask you for quite some time now…It’s also a rather straightforward question- “How do you deal with Will?” says the co-host.
The host says- Look, you have all of the smart qualities that quite really, your husband, Will Smith, lacks. Anyway, I would like to wish you a very happy birthday. I wish you a happy 29th birthday and safe travels, and I hope to see you again soon.” “Oh, Mr. Clooney, I’m sorry. It is the one and only. After Clooney’s video, Jada informed her Red Table Talk co-hosts, mom Adrienne Banfield-Norris and daughter Willow Smith, “My God, he looks fantastic.” “No, I’m simply stating the obvious. He has a fantastic appearance. “Before addressing Clooney’s inquiry, Jada replied.
She said that What we actually should learn, in her opinion, is how to form real friendships. Because, honestly, how do you put up with anyone…How do you deal with yourself, you know? And I believe I had to accomplish so much emotional development for myself. I had to put in a lot of effort to learn to love myself because how we love ourselves is how we show others how to love ourselves.” Though Jada reminisced on her almost 25-year marriage to the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star, she also said it hasn’t always been perfect. She talked about Will’s first wife, Sheree Fletcher, and their turbulent relationship. Even though she now considers Fletcher a sister, she claims it took nearly two decades to get through.
Jada then moved on to say to be your own ‘cake.’
Jada said- “I believe I had a lot of emotional maturities to get through for myself, and I had to put in a lot of hard work to learn to love myself since how we love ourselves is how we show others how to love us.” However, in response to Trevor Noah’s query about the gap, she emphasized the delicate line between relying on her spouse to make her feel good and being content alongside her husband. “When you want a person to serve your happy place in life and be your happy place rather than you build your little happy spot, you must try to become your cake! When someone wants to be the frosting or cherry on top of your cake, but you get to be the cake, you’re grateful.”