What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has released a new clip from “The Oprah Conversation.”
- The clip features part of Winfrey’s interview with Will Smith.
- In the clip, Smith reveals the moment he realized he hit rock bottom.
Winfrey’s interview with Will Smith is available now on Apple TV+.
In a new video posted to YouTube, Apple TV+ has featured part of Oprah Winfrey’s interview with legendary entertainer Will Smith.
The clip, which is from the latest episode of “The Oprah Conversation,” reveals what Smith calls his “rock bottom” moment. You can watch the full clip below:
Will Smith describes the period of his life that he calls “rock bottom”. After waking up in jail just 8 months after winning his Grammy award, he asks himself “What is happening!?”. Find out more in the full episode of The Oprah Conversation on Apple TV+.
The conversation between Smith and Winfrey is wide-ranging, touching on the actor’s career and family life ahead of the release of his memoir.
Apple today announced that multifaceted award-winning actor, rapper and producer Will Smith will be Oprah Winfrey’s next guest on “The Oprah Conversation,” premiering Friday, November 5 on Apple TV+.
Grammy Award and four-time NAACP Image Award winner Will Smith is one of the most successful actors and entertainers of all time. In this revealing yet charming discussion, Oprah and Smith take a deep dive into his new memoir in which Smith shares his candid thoughts on unspoken family stories, life-defining moments, self destruction, the subtle sickness of material success, moments of courage, the wisdom of a child, and the power of laughter.
You can watch the full interview between Will Smith and Oprah Winfrey on “The Oprah Conversation” on Apple TV+. If you want to enjoy the episode in the best quality possible, check out the new Apple TV 4K.
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