Adrienne Banfield-Norris looks just as fit as people half her age! The mother of Jada Pinkett Smith, and ‘Red Table Talk’ co-host shared a new selfie.
Adrienne Banfield-Norris is one fit grandmother! The 67-year-old Red Table Talk co-host, who is mother to Jada Pinkett Smith, 49, and grandma to Willow Smith, 20, shared a new photo of herself rocking a grey crop top and workout pants. She took to Instagram on December 10, writing, “This foot has kept me out of the gym. Now looking more than just “full” in the middle,” referencing her rock hard abs. “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].”
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Fans couldn’t believe her fit physique, and jumped into the comments section of her post. “You are looking fabulous and fit at 67!!! Myself and other younger women better catch up and get it together!!!” one follower wrote, while another commented, “I see, well defined abs! What’s wrong, here?!?!?!?! Nothing! At what, age?!?!?! Please, Gam…you are killing the game.” It comes just one day after her tell-all interview with Olivia Jade Giannulli, who discussed the college admissions scandal that her parents are now serving time in jail for.
Adrienne revealed she actually didn’t want the young influencer on the show. “I just found it really ironic that she chose three black women to reach out to for her redemption story,” Adrienne said about Olivia at the red table before she was brought out. “I feel like here we are, white women coming to black women for support when we don’t get the same from them. It’s just bothersome to me on so many levels. Her being here is the epitome of privilege to me.”
Olivia revealed she was on spring break in March 2019 when she received a phone call hinting that something was wrong. “I just remember getting a call and it was like, ‘Hey Liv, have you talked to your mom?’” Olivia said, without identifying who the caller was. “And I was like, ‘No. Why?’ And they were like, ‘I’ll let you talk to her and then call me back.’ She continued, I was like, I’m just going to search my mom’s name up and then it’s everywhere. And I was sitting with a group of friends and I knew any second everybody was going to know too, if they didn’t already. And I remember just like freezing and feeling so ashamed. I went home and hid myself for probably like three or four months.”
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