01:21 PM EDT 01/06/2015
Originally posted 03/17/2012 03:30PM
Despite reports of trouble in their marriage, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith were caught smooching Friday in Philadelphia – on the Jumbotron!
Will, 43, and Jada, 40, were "couply and cuddly," says fellow spectator Becky Haring, 22, of Birdsboro, Pa., who sat a few rows away from the famous pair at the Philadelphia 76ers-Miami Heat game Friday night. "They were having a good time," she says.
Philadelphia-native Smith danced during the game (even though his team lost 84-78) and at one point planted a wet one on his wife for the "kiss cam."
The night out was a family affair for the basketball-loving couple, who posed courtside with kids Willow, 11, and Jaden, 13.
Originally posted 08/24/2011 04:00PM
One day after denying their marriage was on the rocks, Will and Jada Pinkett Smith stepped out together, flashing smiles while shopping in Malibu, Calif.
The couple were photographed Wednesday morning at the Malibu Colony Company, where they stopped into the Cross Creek store and Ultrecht Art Supplies after sharing breakfast at Bob Morris' Paradise Cove Beach Café.
"We are still together, and our marriage is intact," the couple of 13 years said in a joint statement Tuesday, responding to tabloid reports of a split.
Originally posted 06/27/2011 10:55AM
The kids were alright at the BET Awards on Sunday night, as Willow and Jaden Smith (at left in the photo) shared the YoungStars Award, much to the delight of proud parents Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith.
At center in the photo is Diggy Simmons, who was also nominated in the category.
Chris Brown was the night's big winner, earning four awards, including best male R&B artist, while Patti LaBelle received the Lifetime Achievement Award.
"When anyone asks me who I want to be like, I always say Patti LaBelle," Beyoncé told the audience.
– Tim Nudd
Originally posted 03/28/2011 10:00AM
Get ready to whip your hair back and forth.
Willow Smith will join the Black Eyes Peas and Nickelodeon's Big Time Rush as a performer at this year's Kids' Choice Awards.
"I'm so excited to be performing at the Kids' Choice Awards," Smith says. "Really hoping I don't get slimed!"
It's safe to say the show will include lots of slime – and big stars. Presenters include Jason Segel, Russell Brand, Josh Duhamel, Jaden Smith, Sofia Vergara, Nick Cannon, Miranda Cosgrove, Cory Monteith and, PEOPLE confirms, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian.
Originally posted 01/25/2011 08:30AM
It's back to the dance floor for Willow Smith!
Following the runaway success of her debut single "Whip My Hair" last fall, the 10-year-old pop star shot a video for her second single, "21st Century Girl," in Los Angeles this week, as dad Will Smith and mom Jada Pinkett Smith looked on.
She also debuted a snippet of the club-ready track in a video post on her Facebook page on Sunday.
Originally posted 12/29/2010 01:55PM
Willow Smith, watch out. (You too, future Olympic skaters!)
Starr Andrews, a 9-year-old amateur figure skater, has taken Smith's hair-whipping routine and put it on ice.
In a video that has more than 80,000 hits on YouTube, Andrews pulls off some serious, Olympian-style footwork to a remix of Smith's 'Whip My Hair,' rocking a pair of Chuck Taylor skates and neon hair extensions.
Next stop: Winter Olympics?
Originally posted 12/06/2010 07:00AM
It may be on past her bedtime, but that's not going to stop Hollywood prodigy Willow Smith from whipping her hair at Dick Clark's annual New Year's Eve bash.
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve has revealed its top guests to PEOPLE, and they include La Roux, Ne-Yo and Natasha Bedingfield, in addition to Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's 10-year-old daughter.
Millions tune in every year to watch the iconic ball drop. Clark, 81, has served as producer and host of the ABC broadcast nearly every New Year's Eve since 1972.
– Sara Hammel
Originally posted 11/18/2010 04:30PM
Willow Smith may have become a household name overnight with the success of her catchy tune, "Whip My Hair," but that doesn't mean the charismatic performer is above the rules.
"I can't do whatever I want," Smith, 10, a self-proclaimed fan of Billy Idol and Lady Gaga, says in the December issue of W. "Mommy has to say it's okay."
But Smith doesn't complain about having to follow guidelines set by her famous parents, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith. Instead, she credits mom and dad for her rise to fame.
Originally posted 11/17/2010 11:45AM
What if "Whip My Hair" was a slow jam?
On his talk show Tuesday night, Jimmy Fallon – as his alter-ego, Neil Young – decelerated Willow Smith's hit single, bringing an emotional warble, some acoustic guitar and harmonica to the self-empowerment anthem. "Don't let the haters keep me off my grind," Fallon, as Young, sang. "Keep my head up, I know I'll be fine. Keep on fighting until I get there. When I'm down and I feel like giving up, I think again."
Midway through the song, the Late Night host got a little help from musical guest Bruce Springsteen, who chimed in on the chorus, adding a craggy, grizzled, "Whip your hair," as Fallon sang.
The guys were mostly stoic in their heartfelt – and affectionately joking – rendition, but we would have loved to see some hair-whipping to accompany the crooning. Next time!
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