Will Smith seems to be channeling our quarantine body during the worldwide lockdown. Guess we’re not the only ones gaining some extra pounds.
Sharing with his millions of followers on Instagram, the actor did not hesitate in revealing that he is the “worst shape of life.”
“I’m gonna be real wit yall – I’m in the worst shape of my life,” read the post’s caption. Giving enough proof, he shared a snap of his body with a noticeable belly. He posed in a pair of slippers, boxer shorts, and unzipped windbreaker clearly expressing how little he cared about his appearance before going back to enjoying his nice-looking yard.
Turns out, Smith wouldn’t be flaunting his dad bod for long. Smith made it clear that his body-baring post was just a teaser for what’s to come and fans need not worry.
Sharing another post, Smith posed triumphantly with his hands on his hips and his belly. This time he announced that this glorious state of his dad bod is only temporary. Quite confidently he wrote, “This is the body that carried me through an entire pandemic and countless days grazing thru the pantry.”
“I love this body, but I wanna FEEL better. No more midnight muffins…this is it! Imma get in the BEST SHAPE OF MY LIFE!!!!!”
Smith shared the image to announce that he’s on the verge of a full-on transformation —which he will document for all to see on YouTube.
What to expect from Will Smith’s upcoming body transformation project?
Will Smith surely knows how to keep a secret. Tagging his production team, Westbrook, and the director/photographer who captured the post, Aidan Tanner, Smith only revealed his upcoming project is a collaboration with YouTube.
However, according to a description distributed by YouTube – the show titled “Best Shape of My Life,” will show the actor “rebuilding his body into the best shape of his life and getting his groove back along the way.”
“This is the fun, funny, inspirational, wildly adventurous, and deeply entertaining story of Smith challenging himself to improve every aspect of his fitness, from agility to power to recovery and more,” the description added.
Additionally, the six-part unscripted series will feature guests including athletes, scientists and experts. But, no official names were given.
Understandably, the two have come back for another collaboration since “Will Smith: The Jump” was a success for the platform, reaching nearly 18 million views in the first two days.
Best shape or not Will Smith still has our hearts.