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Jada & Will Smith's Daughter Willow Explains Why She Shaved Her Head on 'Red Table Talk'

Monica Otayza
Mar 31, 2020
03:30 A.M.
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Jada and Will Smith's 19-year-old daughter Willow reveals why she decided to shave her head on the newest episode of "Red Table Talk." 


Willow Smith shaved her head earlier in March at the Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Weeks after, her mom decided to speak to her about the decision on "Red Table Talk." 

Her boyfriend Tyler Cole shaved Willow's head during the exhibit.

Willow Smith attends the 27th annual EMA Awards at Barker Hangar on September 23, 2017 | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine



According to Jada, what Willow did was the moment she "came into womanhood." While it isn't the first time Willow shaved her head as she did so when she was 12-years-old, Jada reveals this one is a different deal.


Prior to Willow shaving her head, she and her musician boyfriend were locked in a glass room at the museum for 24 hours on March 12. Them being locked in the glass room aimed to demonstrate all stages related to anxiety. 



Her boyfriend Tyler Cole shaved Willow's head during the exhibit. Aside from it symbolizing a stage related to anxiety, the "Whip My Hair" singer shared to her mom that she was letting go of years of emotion. 

"I felt like I was just shedding a lot of history and emotional baggage. Six, seven years of emotion, I just let it go."



The exhibit and its topic supplemented the album that Smith and Cole released as group "The Anxiety," which features 10 tracks. The couple and musical group hopes to raise awareness on anxiety and all its stages, in hopes of breaking stigmas surrounding it. 

The Smith family is currently practicing social distancing amid the growing threats of the Coronavirus pandemic. While Jaden is self-isolating on his own, the rest of the family remains together in the Smith family home and has been keeping each other busy through "Red Table Talk" and many other things. 


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