Here's How Jada Pinkett Smith Proudly Announced That 'Red Table Talk' Reached 1 Billion Views
American actress, screenwriter, producer, and talk show host Jada Pinkett Smith, in a new video posted on her Instagram feed, announced that her show "Red Table Talk" hit one billion views.
In a recent video on her Instagram, American actress, producer, and talk show host Jada Pinkett Smith announced that her show "Red Table Talk" had reached one billion views.
In the video, Pinkett made the announcement wearing a hot black suit with lace sleeves. Her signature short blonde hair was slicked to her scalp and she had on stunning makeup and accessories to complete the look.
Jada Pinkett Smith speaks on stage during NATPE Miami 2020 - Facebook on January 22, 2020 in Miami Beach, Florida | Photo: Getty Images
Pinkett began the video by enthusiastically thanking the "Red Table Talk" viewers for their one billion views. She then walked out of the frame, shifting the footage to clips of moments from the show over time.
Several celebrities such as rappers Wale and T.I., actress Gabrielle Union, and the famous singer, Alicia Keys were captured in the footage. Beneath the 20-second video, Pinkett captioned:
"I just wanted to take a moment to simply say THANK YOU to all of you who have supported @redtabletalk…"
"Red Table Talk" is hosted by Pinkett, her mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris, and daughter Willow Smith. Last September, it was announced that the new season of the show was soon to go into viewing.
A juicy trailer was released and it gave the viewers a sneak peek into what the trio had in store. Replaying some of the show's most unforgettable moments, they left the viewers thirsty for more.
She explained that she never shared her marital issues with her friends because it was dangerous.
In the trailer, the trio declared that their goal was to "break the silence, break barriers and break it down." 49-year-old Pinkett added that they were "always ready for a breakthrough."
In July, the controversial episode that shed more light on the actress's rumored relationship with singer August Alsina racked the show more popularity and set a new record of more than 15 million views in less than 24 hours.
The revealing episode had come as a shock to the viewers as it was believed that Pinkett and her husband, Will Smith had a perfect marriage. In an interview, she explained that the real reason she started the talk show was to erase that idea.
She also disclosed that she and Smith came together in July's episode to take responsibility for their parts as married couples. She then revealed that the episode opened the eyes and ears of many couples.
Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith attend the World Premiere of Disneys "Aladdin" at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood CA on May 21, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
Pinkett, however, shared a bit of advice in 2013. She explained that she never shared her marital issues with her friends because it was dangerous since they would never understand. She added that intimacy was a complicated thing.
Besides being a relationship expert and talk show host, the star has shown prowess in the movie industry with several blockbuster films. She started her career with "A Different World" and went on to feature in "The Nutty Professor," "Girls Trip," and many others.