Oh, your eyes aren’t getting all ‘tricky’ on you. While dancing to RUN DMC with Willow Smith, Jada Pinkett-Smith and her mom, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, looked exactly alike!
“It’s Monday and I needed to smile,” Jada Pinkett Smith captioned the video she posted to Instagram on Dec. 14. In the clip, the 49-year-old Girls Trip actress is joined by her daughter, Willow Smith, 20, and her 67-year-old mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris. Together, three generations of female excellence take part in that TikTok challenge, the one where you identify what type you are while RUN DMC’s “Tricky” plays. Speaking of which, it’s almost hard to identify which one is Jada and which one is Adrienne. For a second, it seems as if Adrienne and her daughter are actually twins.
While learning that there’s a Fountain of Youth stored underneath the Red Table, fans also got to learn that Jada and Willow prefer Skin Care over Hair Care, Adrienne and Jada prefer heels over sneakers, all three women prefer “Old School Music” as opposed to “New,” and Grammy prefers “Eating for Flavor” instead of “Eating for Nutrition.” She also picked “Night Out” instead of “Night In.” Considering how she looks, there’s something to Adrienne’s diet and social life. Perhaps everyone should follow her example?
If there’s such a thing as “Grammy goals,” then Adrienne is setting them. Jada’s mother showed up both her daughter and granddaughter on Dec. 10 by posing in a grey crop top, which showed off her incredibly tight abs! “This foot has kept me out of the gym. Now looking more than just ‘full’ in the middle,” she captioned the shot. “At 67, this may b my new normal, but Im fittin’ to see what I can do about that right now. Have a gr8t day! Wear a [mask].”
It has been a busy week for Adrienne. In addition to making this fun TikTok with her children and making everyone else feel like they need to work out a few more hours a day, Adrienne tore into the decision to have Olivia Jade Giannulli as a guest on Red Table Talk. The daughter of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli spoke for the first time since her parents began their respective prison sentences for their roles in the nationwide college admissions scandal. Adrienne said she wasn’t thrilled that Olivia Jade “chose three black women to reach out to for her redemption story.”
“I feel like here we are, white women coming to black women for support when we don’t get the same from them,” she added. “It’s just bothersome to me on so many levels. Her being here is the epitome of privilege to me.”