16 July 2020 04:38
Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) In this episode: A body language expert took a look at the couple's "Red Table Talk" conversation about their momentary breakup and Jada's "entanglement" with August Alsina. Ray J and Princess Love are back together again – but is it for real this time? And Page Six found out how Snooki came to Tiki Barber's rescue. Here's a closer look at some of today's stories: More to the tale Is there more to Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith's breakup story? Body language expert Traci Brown took a look at the couple's most recent "Red Table Talk" conversation, only to discover that their gesturing suggested they were "holding back" about their momentary breakup and Jada's "entanglement" with August Alsina.
Jada admitted during the episode to having a relationship with Alsina four years ago while separated from Smith, who had revealed the tryst in a recent interview. "We see that they were holding back, just a little bit, kind of towards the latter part, because both of them at different times would roll their lips back over their teeth, and that's just saying that they are not saying everything," Brown told Page Six on Monday. But Brown added that there was also a lot of genuine love and honesty happening for the couple during their conversation. All good here "Love & Hip Hop" star Princess Love filed for divorce from Ray J back in May but requested to dismiss the divorce in early July. The request was approved several days later.
In no time at all, he was back on-the-air broadcasting live from her living room." Page Six was told the hero neighbor was none other than "Jersey Shore" alum Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi. The pair have apparently been pals: She posted a pic with Barber in 2014 with their spouses, captioned "Dinner with our neighbors!" CBS and MTV — home to all things "Jersey Shore" — are both part of Viacom. Earlier the same day, Barber hit the links at Fiddler's Elbow Country Club in Bedminster, NJ, with his PR rep Ron Berkowitz. Catch up on all episodes of "We Hear" by subscribing to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. New episodes come out every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Will Smith reportedly felt "more of the pressure" to make his marriage work with Jada Pinkett Smith amid their separation. According to People, a source close to the couple said their marital problems were exacerbated by their fame, having such a high-profile marriage. "They're two different people trying to make it, and on top of it there's this huge spotlight on them," the source said. "People are always going to grow and change, but most don't have the world watching their every move while they do that." Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith (FilmMagic) While the couple has gone through some rough patches, a friend of Pinkett Smith told People the star has always been in love with Smith. "She would be the first person to admit marriage is hard work, but she will always love Will," the friend said. "Even when they haven't been together, Jada always spoke of her marriage as something special." The pair revealed in last week's 12-minute episode of Red Table Talk that they had completely separated for a brief period about four years ago. During their separation, Pinkett Smith found herself in an "entanglement" with friend and singer August Alsina. August Alsina and Jada Pinkett Smith at the 2017 BET Awards at Staples Center on June 25, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images for BET) READ MORE: Jada Pinkett Smith says she doesn't know Will Smith at all despite 23-year marriage They agreed that the experience brought them closer together; Pinkett Smith underlines that she's grateful for their journey, and that there "are a lot of couples who go through those periods... and have to separate, and think it's over." "Through that particular journey, I learned so much about myself and was able to really confront a lot of emotional immaturities, emotional insecurity and I was really able to do some really deep healing," Pinkett Smith said on her Facebook Watch show. "And as I came through and started to realise certain things about you and I, he decided to break all communication with me which was totally understandable. And I let that be and hadn't talked to him since so it is a little weird that all this stuff is coming out now since this was several [years ago]." The couple on their wedding day in 1997. (Instagram) READ MORE: Jada Pinkett Smith shares cryptic tweet about 'healing' after denying August Alsina's affair claims The two were able to repair their relationship, with Pinkett Smith saying they have "really gotten to that new place of unconditional love." "We refer to ourselves as life partners... you realise you are literally with somebody for the rest of your life," Smith said, adding that marriage "ain't for the weak of heart." According to a recent report, Will Smith felt "more of the pressure" than Jada Pinkett Smith when it came to making their high-profile marriage work. It was extremely difficult for the couple as they had to grow and change while the world watched their every move. "Marriage ain't for the weak of heart," Will Smith had recently quipped in an extremely intense conversation with his wife of 23 years, Jada Pinkett Smith, on the latter's talk show, Red Table Talk. The impending chat between the couple took place publically in order to address Jada's "different type of entanglement" with singer August Alsina, which turned out to be an actual relationship around the same time as when she and Will had briefly separated. "One thing I want to clean up... about you giving 'permission' which is... the only person that can give permission in that circumstance is myself," Pinkett clarified regarding August's claims. According to a recent report by People, making their high-profile marriage work was not at all easy with a source close to the couple disclosing that "more of the pressure" fell onto the shoulders of the Aladdin star. They're two different people trying to make it, and on top of it, there's this huge spotlight on them. People are always going to grow and change, but most don't have the world watching their every move while they do that," the source added. In spite of the ups and downs, a friend of Jada told People that the 48-year-old talk show host will always love Will in spite of probably being the first person to admit that marriage is hard work. "Even when they haven't been together, Jada always spoke of her marriage as something special," the friend added. We're glad that the couple has worked things out and are now stronger than ever! Share your comment ×