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Jada Pinkett Smith admits she was not meant to be caged by a ‘conventional’ marriage’

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Jada Pinkett Smith admits she was not meant to be caged by a ‘conventional’ marriage’

Power-couple Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith have been quite open about their marriage over the past couple of months.

During a recent interview with ‘The Guardian,’ 47-year-old Jada Pinkett spoke about why the two choose to talk about such intricate details.

Jada Pinkett Smith admits she was not meant to be caged by a ‘conventional’ marriage’

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The two, who began dating in the year 1995 and tied the knot in the year 1997, are often candid about the struggles they face in their marriage. In fact, the ‘Girls Trip’ star had also invited Will on her trending Facebook Watch show ‘Red Table Talk’ where they discussed the inner workings of their marriage.

So then why are the couple getting so candid about their marriage before the public? Well, as per Jada, they are just trying to aid the other couples that may be experiencing similar issues. She always knew that she was not built for being caged or boxed by a conventional marriage, said the mother-of-two.

Being transparent is a part of the healing and finding peace, she said. Besides, she and Will were both tired of living up to the idea that people under the spotlight have ‘perfect’ relationships, Jada added.

Though Will and she held a common goal of resolving a few of their own issues by confronting the past, Jada continues. The couple learned that facing their own imperfections before the world also helped a few other relationships as well.

One needs to first acknowledge the area where they’re broken to heal yourself. And, for both Will and Jada, searching for happiness meant coming to terms with those empty spaces.

The Hollywood couple has come a long way and stands at a beautiful place today for which Jada thanks her show ‘Red Table Talk’ which has helped her share and define her truth.

Well, one should indeed take a lesson from the journey of this couple and bridge the voids which may be prevailing.

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Bachelor Star Michelle Money’s 15-Year-Old Daughter on Life Support

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Bachelor Star Michelle Money's 15-Year-Old Daughter on Life Support

“Bachelor” star Michelle Money revealed on Monday morning her daughter Brielle, 15, has been hospitalized and is on life support.

Michelle posted a picture of Brielle in the ICU after being placed in a medically induced coma following a “terrible” skateboarding accident.

“Brielle was in terrible skateboarding accident and is in the ICU on life support,” she wrote. “She suffered a serious brain trauma and a fractured skull. She is in a medically induced coma to relieve pressure in her brain. She is in amazing hands up at Primary Children’s Hospital.”

The desperate mother then made a plea to those reading online: “Please- I am asking for prayers. I believe in the power of communication with whatever God you believe in. The energy of your conscious focus to send healing to my daughter is real. In whatever form you commune with your Higher Power, please as a desperate mother, I am begging you to do so.”

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Brielle was in terrible skateboarding accident and is in the ICU on life support. She suffered a serious brain trauma and a fractured skull. She is in a medically induced coma to relieve pressure in her brain. She is in amazing hands up at Primary Children’s Hospital. Please- I am asking for prayers. I believe in the power of communication with whatever God you believe in. The energy of your conscious focus to send healing to my daughter is real. In whatever form you commune with your Higher Power, please as a desperate mother, I am begging you to do so. She needs support and healing right now. And if you could send one up for me as well, I would appreciate it. This is the worst experience of my life. ALWAYS MAKE THEM WEAR THE HELMET. ALWAYS. EVEN WHEN THEY PUSH BACK. Thank you to the neighbors who happened to be on a walk and found her and called 911. You will never understand. I would not have found her in time. My heart is forever grateful. Thank you to all of you who have sent prayers and messages and love. Brielle has been through so much already this year. She has proven how strong she is. I know she will pull through. #PrayForBrie

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“She needs support and healing right now. And if you could send one up for me as well, I would appreciate it,” she continued in the emotional post.

Michelle then issued a warning: “This is the worst experience of my life. ALWAYS MAKE THEM WEAR THE HELMET. ALWAYS. EVEN WHEN THEY PUSH BACK.”

“Thank you to the neighbors who happened to be on a walk and found her and called 911,” Michelle wrote. “You will never understand. I would not have found her in time. My heart is forever grateful. Thank you to all of you who have sent prayers and messages and love. Brielle has been through so much already this year. She has proven how strong she is. I know she will pull through. #PrayForBrie”.

Michelle competed on Brad Womack’s season of “The Bachelor” and later won the first season of “Bachelor in Paradise”.

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Drake Shared a Bunch of Photos of His and Sophie Brussaux’s Son Adonis

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Drake Shared a Bunch of Photos of His and Sophie Brussaux’s Son Adonis

Weeks after Drake called Sophie Brussaux, the mother of his son, a “fluke,” the Toronto rapper shared a ton of photos of them and their 2-year-old son, Adonis, for the first time. Up until now, the only photos of Adonis shared with the world were the type of celeb baby pic where only the baby’s arm or leg shows. Those are cute and all, but obviously fans want to see what the kiddo actually looks like.

It seems like the weeks of self-isolation have made Drake want to spend more time with his family because he added a novel-length caption about connecting “to your own inner light.” He said, “I love and miss my beautiful family and friends and I can’t wait for the joyful day when we are all able to reunite.” The pictures he shared along with the caption are legit the cutest thing you’ll see all day, so definitely click through all of them.

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After Drake posted these pics, his fans were shocked by how much Adonis looks like baby Drake and Drake’s mom, Sandi Graham. Trust, once you see the comparison photos, you won’t be able to unsee it:

These pics may feel like long time coming, but considering the way Adonis’ identity was revealed (in May 2018 by rapper Pusha-T amid an explosive feud) and how Drake’s team implied Sophie was using Adonis and Drake to get citizenship, it, uhh, makes sense that we’re just now seeing these.

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Ken Shimura, ‘Japan’s Robin Williams,’ dies from coronavirus at 70

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Ken Shimura, ‘Japan’s Robin Williams,’ dies from coronavirus at 70

Beloved Japanese comedian Ken Shimura has passed away a week after contracting the coronavirus. He was 70.

The Tokyo native was revered in his home country, where he is a household name and has been called “Japan’s Robin Williams.”

“He was popular among a wide range of generations and was the No. 1 source of pride for locals,” Minoru Hasegawa, 69, a fellow native of Shimura’s home city, told the Japan Times.

Shimura was hospitalized on March 20 after developing a fever and being diagnosed with pneumonia. He tested positive for the virus on March 23, becoming the first Japanese celebrity to announce his infection, and to pass from the disease.

Shimura was known for his parodies and slapstick comedy bits, including the “mustache dance,” and a song about his home city of Higashimurayama in western Tokyo. Following his high school graduation, he joined the well-known Japanese comedy group the Drifters in 1974 — among Japan’s best-known comedy troupes, the group had opened for the Beatles when they performed in Japan in 1966. The group’s surviving members were too shocked to yet issue statements regarding Shimura’s death, their management tells The Japan Times.

“I am sure he was working hard with a sense of mission to deliver laughter to people,” a representative from Shimura’s agency says. “I don’t think he imagined he would die a death like this.”

The funnyman stayed active until his death, starring in numerous TV programs, and was to begin work on a movie in April. He was set to run the Tokyo Olympic torch relay representing Higashimurayama in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics until they were postponed until next year.l

“I cannot think anything now. I can no longer see Ken-chan. This is too sad,” Japanese singer Naoko Ken tweeted of Shimura’s death.

Another Tokyo resident bemoaned the laughter Shimura would no longer be able to bring. “He was our hero. I wish he could entertain us more,” says Toshio Takazawa, 70, who recalled going to see The Drifters live in his childhood.

Japan’s health ministry recorded 173 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, with 68 in Tokyo, the biggest single-day spike for the capital, CNN reports.

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