Kevin Hart and Will Smith are set to make an appearance on the empowering chat show, “Red Table Talk” on Father’s Day this Sunday.
Father’s Day is now just a day away, and what better way to celebrate the special occasion than to have two of the most hilarious actors in Hollywood and fathers themselves, Kevin Hart and Will Smith, to have a heart-to-heart chat on the “Red Table Talk” show.
Yup, Will’s partner, Jada Pinkett Smith, his daughter, Willow Smith and Mother-in-law Adrienne Banfield-Norris are handing over their show to Kevin Hart and Will Smith for the special day.
Kevin Hart and Will Smith will sit down on the iconic red table to talk, have a deep conversation on parenting, the mistakes they’ve made and what they have learned through the years.
The short teaser for the Father’s Day episode of “Red Table Talk” showed Hart express that, “I’m here to answer serious questions.
“What makes a good father?” Asks the 52-year-old Fresh Prince. To which Kevin Hart replies, “Being different from mine.”
Will Smith also admitted the fact that, “I literally had to learn how to care about how people feel.” Also adding, “It is a vicious betrayal to not care how they feel.”
Kevin Hart also stated things from his own experience. “When your child shows disappointment – you don’t realize the impact that your mistakes can truly have.”
The “Fatherhood” star, Kevin Hart, is a father of four children: Heaven Hart, Kaori Mai Hart, Kenzo Kash Hart, Hendrix Hart. Two of which he has with his ex-spouse, Torrei Hart and the other two with his wife, Eniko Parrish.
Kevin Hart has gone into the details of his parenting experience in the Netflix special, “Fatherhood”.
While the Hollywood giant, Will Smith, is a father of three kids: Jaden Smith, Willow Smith, and Trey Smith. He had Trey with his first partner, Sheree Zampino and the other two with his current spouse and “Red Table Talk” host Jada Pinkett Smith.
Smith also asks Hart in the teaser whether Heaven, his 16-year-old daughter, had opened up about her love life.
“She talks to me about it and I had to learn to be okay!” Hart said. “I had to learn to not say, ‘Get the f— out of here. What are you talking about?!”
Smith also added that: “One of the things I ran into with Willow, because she was raised around good men, she has a little bit of naivety around what [predatory] behavior would be like.”
“Willow’s 20 now, but from 16 to 19, I really found myself colliding with her. I just felt like she didn’t totally comprehend some of the difficulties [that could arise].”