Jada Pinkett Smith Addresses Rumors She and Will Smith Are 'Swingers'

Given that Jada Pinkett Smith and her husband, Will Smith, make up one of the most famous couples in the world, the two have been at the center of a seemingly endless number of rumors. However, during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Thursday, the 45-year-old actress shot down one line of gossip they have faced for years: that they are swingers.

"The craziest rumor? That Will and I are swingers. That's the craziest one. It's constant," the Girls Trip star said while taking a question from a caller.

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"And I'm like, 'Yo, I wish!' " she continued.

Smith and her Suicide Squad actor husband have been together for 23 years. They are parents to Jaden, 19, and Willow, 16. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum also has a 24-year-old son named Trey from a previous relationship.

Also on the show, Jada addressed how she and Will keep it "hot" in their relationship.

"I really think that Will and I just have amazing chemistry on a lot of different levels. We love to laugh together, we love to learn together, and we just love each other. We just have a good time together," she said. "Yeah, I guess that's the secret. Yeah, we just really like each other!"

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While Oscar-nominee Will hasn't jumped on the swingers bandwagon just yet, he has jumped on the Netflix bandwagon. He is teaming up with Suicide Squad director David Ayer for an original film titled Bright, set to drop on the streaming service later this year.

In the film, the 48-year-old actor portrays a police officer in a gritty Los Angeles, where humans coexist with other creatures such as orcs, fairies and elves.

Because of the fantastical nature of the film, Will is delving into a different type of character than he ever has before.

"You never get to be racist when you're black," he said, according to CBS. "You're like, 'Look man, I don't want no orcs in my car.'"

In the film, Will is teamed up with Joel Edgerton's character, who is the first orc on the police force.


The actor has described the film as a mash-up between "rated-R grind of Training Day" and Lord of the Rings.

Bright will premiere on Netflix on December 22, 2017.