June 30, 2022

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Will Smith and his ex-wife Sherry Zampino in an Academy Award photo after ‘Epic Night’

The latest: Will Smith's ex-wife Sherry Zampino, 54, shared a snap on Instagram with the 53-year-old actor on Monday holding an Oscar statuette after he won Best Actor for his performance in King Richard.

Will Smith and his ex-wife Sherry Zampino pose with an Oscar after an ‘epic night’… as actor shockingly slapped Chris Rock

  • Zampino, 54, beamed alongside her ex-husband on what she called an ‘epic night’
  • Zampino and Smith, 53, were married from 1992 until 1995
  • They are parents to son Trey Smith, 29
  • Spotted with the Smith family as well as RHOBH stars on the busy day
  • Zampino did not address on her social media the incident in which Rock was involved

Will Smith’s ex-wife Sherry Zampino shared a snap on Instagram with the actor on Monday holding an Oscar statuette after he won Best Actor for his performance in King Richard.

Zampino, 54, captioned the shot: “Epic night! Congratulations again – when we win 1 we all win! #Family

In the photo, Zampino looked stunning wearing a black dress and white plaid head scarf with wavy brown locks hanging down.

The latest: Will Smith’s ex-wife Sherry Zampino, 54, shared a snap on Instagram with the 53-year-old actor on Monday holding an Oscar statuette after he won Best Actor for his performance in King Richard.

Smith, 53, who made headlines for slapping Chris Rock, 57, during the show, smiled while wearing a black three-piece suit with his arm around Zampino’s shoulders.

Zampino and Smith were married from 1992 until 1995 and are parents to Trey Smith, 29. After their separation, Smith dated Jada Pinkett Smith and married New Year’s Eve 1997; The couple are parents to Jaden Smith, 23, and Willow Smith, 21.

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Zampino, who runs a beauty company focused on body butter, has recorded her busy day on Instagram. She was an attendee at Elton John’s Oscars in West Hollywood, California, where she kept the company of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, including Garcel Povez, Kyle Richards, Dorit Kemsley, Sanella Diana Jenkins, and Erika Jane.

She later shared a video clip of when she joined Smith’s children and mother-in-law Adrian Banfield-Norris to watch Smith’s coronation of Best Actor for his role in the biographical drama, and congratulated him on the win, which was his first Academy Award win.

Zampino looked stunning on Sunday when she wore a black dress and white plaid head scarf with wavy brown locks hanging down, along with dark pantyhose and black and gold stockings.

Zampino looked stunning on Sunday when she wore a black dress and white plaid head scarf with wavy brown locks hanging down, along with dark pantyhose and black and gold stockings.

Zampino shared a video of when she joined her son Trey and Smith's mother-in-law, Adrian Banfield-Norris, to watch Smith win Best Actor.

Zampino shared a video of when she joined her son Trey and Smith’s mother-in-law, Adrian Banfield-Norris, to watch Smith win Best Actor.

“Congratulations willsmith – you are more than worthy! #family1st #oscars #bestactor,” she captioned the clip.

Zampino did not address on her social media the incident at the Dolby Theater between Smith and Rock, which occurred after Rock made a joke about Pinkett Smith’s shaved head. He said, “Jada, I love you, Ji Jin 2, can’t wait to see her.”

The joke wasn’t amusing Pinkett Smith, who was outspoken about her diagnosis of alopecia, which causes hair loss.

After hitting Smith Rock, he yelled at him twice, “Keep my wife’s name out of your damn mouth!”

Smith apologized to the Academy but not to Rock, in an emotional acceptance speech after his victory.

The Los Angeles Police Department said that Rock has not filed charges in connection with the incident.

Smith and Pinkett Smith appeared in good spirits at the Academy Awards in Vanity Fair, where they were seen dancing, and Smith was seen singing his 1998 single “Gettin’ Jiggy wit It.”

On Monday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said in a statement that it had condemned “Mr. Smith’s actions on the last night show” and had “formally begun a formal review of the incident and will explore further actions and consequences accordingly with our regulations, standards of conduct, and California law.”

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