Jada Pinkett Smith appears in public for the first time since the Oscar slap

  • Jada Pinkett Smith attended the grand opening of the Rhimes Center for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles.
  • She wore a floor-length gold dress while posing with celebrities, including Samuel L Jackson
  • It’s her first public appearance since Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the 2022 Academy Awards.

Jada Pinkett Smith dazzled in a golden gown during her first public appearance after her husband, Will Smith, slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars.

On Saturday, Pinkett Smith attended the grand opening of the Shonda Rhimes Center for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles, California. While on the red carpet, the 50-year-old donned a strapless gown designed in shimmering gold. The dress was floor length and slid across the red carpet.

Pinkett Smith representatives did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

Shonda Rhimes, Debbie Allen and Jada Pinkett Smith at the grand opening of the Reims Center for the Performing Arts.

Shonda Rhimes, Debbie Allen and Jada Pinkett Smith at the grand opening of the Reims Center for the Performing Arts.

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The event attracted celebrities such as Samuel L. Jackson, choreographer Debbie Allen, and Shonda Rhimes, who bears the center’s name. Instagram mailDebbie Allen Dance Academy announced that it will now take place at the Shonda Rhimes Center for the Performing Arts.

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At the 2022 Academy Awards, Pinkett Smith was in the crowd when Smith got up from his seat and Rock slapped while the comedian presented an award. The slap was in response to a joke made by Rock about Pinkett Smith’s bald head.

Formerly Pinkett Smith She opened up about hair loss due to alopeciaincluding in a 2018 episode of “Red Table Talk” when she told fans that she cut her hair because of her condition.

After Smith received his first Oscar for “King Richard”, he I apologise To the Academy during his acceptance speech and beyond Attended a Vanity Fair after party with his family. Smith also shared a profile of statment Via Instagram who is I apologize to Roc.

academy Conduct a formal review of the incident and later Smith was banned from attending the Academy Awards for 10 years.

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