Will Smith Just Shared The Weirdest Video Of Him Face Swapped With Jada Pinkett Smith That Can’t Be Unseen

Are you a huge Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith fan? Have you ever wished you could just mash them into one perfect, inhumanly beautiful person?

Well now’s your chance!

Jada’s talk show on Facebook Watch, Red Table Talk, which she co-hosts with her daughter Willow and her mother Adrienne Banfield Norris, has tackled all sorts of topics in its first year, from interracial adoption to polyamory.

But none of that could’ve prepared folks for what might turn out to be the show’s biggest moment—for better or worse: Jada swapping faces with her husband Will Smith.

Will posted a clip to his Instagram, and well… there’s no real way to introduce this so just brace yourselves and here we go!


What’s weird about this is that it’s both creepy and also, like… if you didn’t know who Will and Jada were, would it even register that something was amiss here?! I’m not sure I would…

Mustache notwithstanding of course.

Except for the eyes that never move… which is definitely a clue that this is either a “deepfake” sort of trick, or some kind of cunning goblin birthed from the deepest bowels of hell. It’s anyone’s guess.

Anyway, the original clip was part of the episode “First Ladies of the NBA,” featuring NBA star Stephen Curry’s wife Ayesha and mother Sonya. 

No word yet on how they feel about their hostess’s transformation.

As for the rest of the internet? Well, as you might guess, reactions varied wildly.

Lots of people—including some of Will and Jada’s celeb friends—found it hilarious.




Especially Jaime Foxx, who seemed barely able to contain himself:



But others weren’t quite sure what to make of it…







While some folks just had to give credit where it’s due.




Seems like Jada really wants Red Table Talk to be a family affair, and this is certainly one way to do it.

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