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Jada Pinkett Smith Reveals Why She and Will Never Got Divorced



Jada Pinkett Smith is about to be divorced.

In a new clip, the 47-year-old actress welcomes her husband, 50, to her Facebook Watch show Red

Filled with laughs and eye-opening revelations, the couple – along with their 17-year-old daughter Willow and Pinkett Smith's mother, Adrienne Banfield-Jones,

"I've been watching people crying and breaking down," Smith says in the clip as he prepares to sit down at the red table. "You're not breaking me today, Jada!"

Pinkett Smith teases him saying, "I've broken you enough."

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The premiere episode tackles about the couple that have been dying to hear, Smith says, "All right, so hold on, let's clear some rumors. Scientologist, swinger. Just historical rumors. "

Talking about their relationship, Pinkett Smith says," I had to gain my strength as Jada. Not mommy. Not wife. Jada. "

While Smith admits," deep down inside I was insecure Jada to say I was great. "

On the subject of why the two never heard of it, there was plenty of jokes thrown around.

"You know why I never got divorced?" Smith asks.

"It's cheaper to keep me," Pinkett Smith quips, causing Smith and Banfield-Jones to burst into laughter.

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The Season 1 Suicide Squad actor opening his family about hardships in his life – especially when

"There is a period where mommy woke up and cried 45 days straight, I started keeping track," Smith says to Willow, with Pinkett

Smith pressed on. "I think that's the worst I've ever felt in our marriage. I failing miserably. "

Red Table Talk returns to Facebook Watch on Oct. Smith, Ellen Pompeo, and Leah Remini and will tackle topics such as mental health, forgiveness, divorce, and domestic violence.


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