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Will Smith And Jada Pinkett-Smith Divorce Rumors: Are They Living A Lie For The Sake Of Their Careers?

Submitted by on December 14, 2011 – 9:57 amOne Comment

Rumors that Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith’s marriage is over have dogged the couple since the summer when talk that Jada was getting a little too close to Latin crooner Marc Anthony, who starred alongside of her on the now canceled TNT series HawthoRNe, began to circulate. Although I’m still not believing that one of my favorite celebrity couples has called it quits, Star magazine is reporting that the duo has been putting on their best performance yet by acting like they’re still happily married. According to a source:

“They’ve been faking it for a long time and they don’t want to live a lie anymore. Living and sleeping separately—and now Will finally walking out on Jada—have pushed them to their limit. They’re done.”

Supposedly, the couple of 14 years is afraid that a divorce could irreparably harm their Hollywood careers. The source added:

“They’re still keeping up appearances because they worry divorce could hurt their careers, but there’s no turning back now. It needs to end. They’ve been trying to work through it, but things came to a head in early November, when they got into a huge knock-down, drag-out fight. They put up a good front in public, but behind closed doors they really fight like cats and dogs.”

Wow, a long-lasting marriage in Hollywood will go back to being an anomaly in my eyes if these two really do call it quits.

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