Hollywood: Will and Jada had already been estranged for 7 years; final ‘The Crown’ season on the way


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Will and Jada have been separated from bed and table for seven years

Although Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have put on a united front for the past few years, this Hollywood couple has been estranged from each other since 2016.

Jada makes this shocking revelation in her memoir, Worthy, which will hit shelves later this month. However, earlier this week during an in-depth interview with Hoba Kotb of the Today Show admits that she and Will have been separated from bed and table for almost a decade.

This estranged couple already decided to part ways in 2016, and although they still looked like a happily married couple afterwards, it was just a front that they presented.

“We are still trying to figure out between the two of us how to be in a partnership, and how we are going to present it to people. We just haven’t gotten it right yet,” Jada said during the interview.

“By the time we got to 2016, we were tired of trying. I think we were both caught up in the fantasy of what we wanted the other to be.”

They had already considered a divorce, but Jada struggled with breaking the promise they made to each other on their wedding day in 1997.

Although they are no longer romantically linked, Will still made headlines when he defended her against Chris Rock’s jokes about her skin condition, Alopecia, during the 2022 Academy Awards event.

Jada is still stunned by the blow that Will inflicted on Chris that night.

“I thought it was an insert (skit). Only when he sat down again did I realize that it was serious.”

Billy Ray Cyrus hangs up again

Country singer Billy Ray Cyrus has remarried; this time with Firerose, a 34-year-old Australian singer.

“October 10, 2023 will always be the beautiful, happy day on which our two souls were united in holy matrimony. It was the most perfect celebration of love we could ever imagine,” the couple, who already got engaged in 2022, wrote on Instagram.

“It was a holy moment when the minister said: ‘Billy Ray and Firerose Cyrus… I pronounce you husband and wife. Our new love began there forever. Long live love!”

The “Achy Breaky Heart” singer was married to Tish Cyrus, mother of Miley and Noah Cyrus, among others, for 28 years. This former couple already applied for divorce in 2010 and 2013, although they withdrew the application each time. However, they officially parted ways in early 2022.

Tish is with the in August this year Prison Break-actor, Dominic Purcell, married.

Chat rhymer 50 Cent saves pennies for Welsh football team

The American chat rhymer, 50 Cent, opened his heart and wallet for a Welsh girls’ football team.

This artist now sponsors the under-14 football team at AFC Rumney in Cardiff, Wales. A father of one of the football players allegedly worked with 50 Cent. It was precisely then that he used the opportunity to request a sponsorship from the chat rhymer.

Richie Brown, the team’s coach, is “overwhelmed with joy”.

“One expects it to be a ‘no’, when he said ‘yes’, it was a wonderful surprise. We were incredibly grateful,” Brown told Sky News.

Last delivery of The Crown on the way

Fans of the royals should prick up their ears and rake their popcorn in the meantime: the latest installment of the royal drama, The Crownwill hit Netflix later this year.

This will be the sixth and final season of the award-winning series. Imelda Staunton still stands in the shoes of Queen Elizabeth II, and will join Jonathan Pryce (Prince Philip), Lesley Manville (Princess Margaret), Dominic West (Prince Charles), Elizabeth Debicki (Diana) and Olivia Williams (Camilla Parker Bowles). be seen on the box.

In this season, viewers will also get to see more of the younger royals, such as Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry.

The first part of the series will be on Netflix from November 16, while the second part will start airing on December 14.

Watch the trailer of the final season of The Crown here:

Additional sources: BBC News, The Guardian, The Hollywood Reporter, People.