- Will Smith confused many of his fans when he appeared in a TV show rocking a goatee without a moustache
- The superstar was a guest on BBC's The One Show when many of his fans questioned the way he looked
- The Hollywood actor and Jada Pinkett's man appeared in the show to promote his new movie, King Richard
Will Smith confused his fans recently when he appeared on a TV show without his moustache. The Hollywood superstar was a guest on BBC's The One Show when some of his fans couldn't recognise him.
The actor was doing a virtual interview to promote his new movie, King Richard. Many fans shared that he looks different without the moustache as he is only rocking a goatee beard.
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Peeps from across the globe took to social media to share their thoughts on Will Smith's new look. Check out some of their comments below:
"What in the world did Will Smith do to his face?????"
"Something about Will Smith’s face lately ain’t been sitting right with me."
"Did will smith have work done on his face?? Them cheekbones been looking kinda tight lately."
"Has anyone else noticed how Will Smith looks different in the face? Like idk what it is, but it’s not right."
"I hate how Will Smith has his face shaved."
"That’s not Will Smith surely? Has he had some face implants?"
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In related news, Legit.ng reported that the official trailer for King Richard has been released. Will Smith portrays the character of King Richard in the movie about Serena and Venus Williams' pops.
The film based on a true story is set to hit cinemas on November 19. It tells the story of the tennis superstars' dad from the time his daughters were young and at school and how he inspired them to become who they are today.
The trailer of the movie was shared by @chuuzus on social media on Wednesday, July.