Will Smith kisses Letterman, says “God made first white ladies” in Russia

Secret Scientologist Will Smith has a movie to promote and a status as the top-grossing action hero to defend, so he’s doing the talk show circuit. His film Hancock with Charlize Theron is out in the US on July 2nd. He went on David Letterman last night to showcase his unique brand of everyman swagger and planted a big kiss on Letterman when the talk show host complimented his looks.

Letterman: Every time I see you, you just look better and better, and I’m wondering, because when you get to be my age you start thinking about…
[Smith puckers lips, leans in and closes eyes]
Letterman: Oh stop it.
[Then Letterman leans in twice and lets Smith kiss him on each cheek]
Smith: Once you go black, you never go back Dave.
Letterman: This has taken an unforeseen direction.
Schaeffer: Black is one thing, but this is ridiculous
Letterman: How old a guy are you, is where this is going?
Smith: I’m 39…
Letterman: You look like you’re 29 for the love of God.
Smith: David! My 40th birthday is this year, September 25.

[Transcribed from Will Smith’s appearance on The Late Show, 5/24/08, video below]

Smith has said in the past that he runs five miles a day six days a week, and if you do that “your body will look like whatever you want it to look like.”

The show was really entertaining and it’s easy to forget that Smith is hiding the fact that he’s brainwashing kids.

Letterman asked him what he’s been up to and he said he’s been traveling promoting Hancock and was in Berlin and Moscow. Letterman asked him what it was like and he said of Moscow “It’s like where God made the first white ladies ever.. Six foot two, blonde hair, blue-eyed [makes pained face] just perfection. It’s like really. It’s not the picture of Russia that we have… It is gorgeous and beautiful and sexy.”

Then they joked about the crowd response to Will around the world. Smith said “Something new happened after ‘I am Legend’ in my career… things have sort of connected around the world in a way that it’s never been. Walking down the streets of Moscow just the energy is more than it’s ever been.” Then Smith accidentally knocked his microphone off and said to Letterman “Can you get that for me honey?”

After the break Smith said that his wife Jada said he’s been working too much and asked him to take the next five months off. He didn’t sound happy about it, and he said Jada “might need to be prepared to have lots of sex, Dave.”

Here are the videos, thanks to Redlasso and clipper ZOSO:

Will Smith on Letterman part 1 6/23/2008

Will Smith on Letterman part 2 6/23/2008

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  1. bros says:

    i saw the interview last night and couldnt help wondering how Will’s 5’1” short, black, brown-eyed (and every bit as beautiful as a tall blond russian)wife was going to feel about her husband’s idea of ‘perfection.’

  2. geronimo says:

    Will Smith leaves me completely cold. I don’t understand his attraction, never liked him as an actor, don’t think he’s funny plus he comes across as really dumb. The fact he’s now a known scientologist means I don’t have to bother trying to figure out why any more.

  3. devilgirl says:

    I am a little tired of him running around kissing everyone.

  4. Leasyon27 says:

    Uh Geronimo, how is he a “known” Scientologist? Just because he knows people that belong to the organization doesnt mean he is in it. He has repeatedly said that he and his family do not belong to ANY religion, but people associate him with Scientology based on innuendo and rumor.

    And even if he was, for you not to like someone base on their religion, no matter how far fetched the beliefs, is just pure ignorance and prejudice. Get real people!

  5. roz says:

    I personally enjoy his movies, think he’s genuine and funny as hell and is likable. Which is more than you can say about a lot about one of the 100 million+ box office draws out there.

  6. Kaiser/ Hippacrat says:

    Yeah, Scientologist or no, Will Smith is The Next Tom Hanks. Fall in line, people!

    *whispers*** James McAvoy was on The Daily Show last night… perhaps some pics of that cutie?

  7. hmm says:

    I always wonder about religious tolerance and how it never seems to apply to Scientology. Will Smith is not a Scientologist, and just because he refuses to bash any religion, somehow that gives people license to think they can criticize him. We don’t know how he’s raising his kids anymore than we know how any other celebrity is raising their children. And, Geronimo, I hardly think that anyone who was offered a scholarship to MIT is dumb.

  8. geronimo says:

    Lighten up, Leasyon27. 1. Scientology is not a religion. 2. I’ve never really liked him, couldn’t quite figure out why and now his associations with scientology will do me just fine as a reason. My not liking him has no bearing at all on him or on you. You can still like him all you like for whatever reasons you want to like him. Your liking him doesn’t bother me one iota so don’t be worrying about my disliking him. OK! Next.

  9. duda says:

    You Go Geronimo!!!
    He may claim to “not” be a scientologist, but his new school is all about scientology.
    you know the saying walks like a duck talks like a duck it must be a ….duck !lol 😉

  10. Donaldo says:

    Correction: Will Smith is the next TOM CRUISE, not Tom Hanks!!

    Will Smith & his wife are funding a Scientology school for indoctrinating young children into the “religion.” Never mind the fact that the Scienos tried to HIDE all the connections between their lesson plans and the mad rantings of L. Ron Hubbard…if they truly believe it’s a religion and not a scam, then why would they hide it??

  11. Enonymouse says:

    Actually, if you look up a definition/description of a actual Caucasian person then you would see that a ‘white’ person has dark hair, brown eyes and white/light skin. All of the blond, blue eyed people are a cause of mutation. No offense to anyone but I think that the blue eyed, blond hair image is way overrated and not that special.

  12. lola says:

    Agreed Enonymouse.

    Just to add,

    Bigotry however disguised is wrong. Bigots will always be there, just like murderers and rapists.

  13. MomInNH says:

    I adore Will, I don’t care what religion he’s involved with. I like him for his talent! His cd Lost and found is one of the best cd’s he’s ever made and he continues to put out entertaining movies!

  14. MomInNH says:

    “Actually, if you look up a definition/description of a actual Caucasian person then you would see that a ‘white’ person has dark hair, brown eyes and white/light skin. All of the blond, blue eyed people are a cause of mutation. No offense to anyone but I think that the blue eyed, blond hair image is way overrated and not that special.”

    For the record, blonde hair and blue eyes are NOT a mutation as you so lovingly put it. They are caused by two parents both carrying the recessive genes needed to make both.

    That was a shitty statement made out of stupidity and ignorance.

  15. jh says:

    “For the record, blonde hair and blue eyes are NOT a mutation as you so lovingly put it. They are caused by two parents both carrying the recessive genes needed to make both.

    That was a shitty statement made out of stupidity and ignorance.”

    Everyone is a mutant. So yes, blonde hair and blue eyes resulted from mutations.

  16. geronimo says:

    Oh dear. Now that’s not very devout christian, is it, calling someone a bigoted fool because they’re not taken in by a dangerous, mindless, idiotic cult?

    And, in the short time since my last post, scientology has still not turned into a religion.

  17. I choose me says:

    Dammit! Dammit! I hate hate Scientology. I think he is secretly a scientologist and he’s cocky. But I like him. I really, really like him.

  18. Anonymoose says:

    Mom in NH, quit getting your Aryan panties in a knot. Blonde hair and blue eyes are recessive traits as you pointed out, but you should know that recessive traits originally came about as mutations of dominant genes. Two blue eyed people cannot make a brown eyed baby. But two browned eyed people can easily make a blue eyed child.

  19. anon says:

    Does anyone else wish Will and Jada would STFU about their sex life? Neither one of them can give an interview without yapping about how much sex they have and how great it is.

    Yeah we get it, you want us to think you have the hottest sex life of any humans on the planet.

    But I think they doth protest too much. If it was really that great they wouldn’t need to spend a decade advertising it anytime anyone asks them a question.

    Or maybe they do have great sex. Just not with each other. But then come home and share their stories.

  20. Helcat says:

    I’ve heard recently from a reliable Hollywood source that both he and Jada are gay and that they have a similar “contractual” marriage to Tom Cruise and his past and current wife. I believe it. Just saying what I heard. Commence the firing squad…

  21. Simon Scowl says:

    Uh Geronimo, how is he a “known” Scientologist? Just because he knows people that belong to the organization doesnt mean he is in it.

    Uh, er, um, because he donates tons of money to Scientology, handed out cards for a “free” Scientology “personality test” as a wrap gift for the crew of Hancock, and is generally prone to babbling about how great Scientology is. Uh, but besides that, no reason.

  22. northwesterly says:

    This is an interesting thread. I didn’t know 2 brown eyed people could make a blue eyed baby, but not the reverse.

    Brown eyes are special.

    Anyone notice a trend w/ men in scientology? Gay guys in sham marraiges? That’s probably why him and Jada keep yammering on about thier sexy times. It’s just a cover!

  23. Scott F. says:

    Isn’t being white at all a mutation? Before I get called racist, I am as white Irish as you can get without catching fire in direct sunlight.

    But I was under the impression that we all came from Africa, and our common ancestors were all black? Then when we spread over the face of the Earth, some of us weren’t getting enough vitamins from the weaker sun up north, and we developed lighter skin?

    That would certainly jive with what I’ve heard about milk. That being that Europeans developed the ability to digest animal milk as a way to supplement for the lack of direct sunlight?

    I really can’t believe anyone is freaking out over the word ‘mutation’. If it wasn’t for those awful mutations, we’d still be swinging through trees.

  24. michelle says:

    Um, Anonymoose, I wouldnt say 2 brown eyed people can “easily” make a blue eyed baby! And yes 2 blue eyed people can make a brown eyed baby if it is recessive in their genes. Being blue eyed was a mutation a really long time ago, that is why they are (and always have been) regarded as special, it doesn’t mean anything bad, oh and I have green eyes so I am not talking about myself! As far as Will and Jada, I HATEEEEEEEEEE scientolofreaks, but Will is still a-ok with me, and I know he is in fact a scientolofreak!

  25. arthur says:

    The next Tom Hanks — fools, he’s too old already. And he is a fool. He can only do action adventure of a limited kind. The next Tom Cruise, and THAT is where the Scientology game kicks in. Wifey being on board of course. And sure, he’s “not” but he built a school for his kids stocked with them… sure.
    How long you think before a Tom Cruise Will Smith film comes out. I say 2 years.

  26. Curly Fry says:

    @ Michelle

    It is physically impossible for 2 blue eyed people to have a brown eyed baby. Allow me to go Mendelian up in here. 😆

    Blue eyed people carry 2 recessive genes. If they carried the dominate brown eyed gene (even just one) they would have brown eyes. Hence the word dominate.

    Two brown eyed people can only have a blue eyed baby if each carry one dominate brown eyed gene and one recessive blue eyed gene.

    And…class dismissed. :mrgreen:

  27. Curly Fry says:

    I still like Will Smith. Whenever he does something that is connected with Scientology, I put my hands over my ears and squinch my eyes shut while going “lalalalala” at the top of my lungs.

  28. Anonymous says:

    So you guys wouldn’t befriend someone that was a Christian or Muslim or Baptist or Catholic….you guys get my drift.

  29. J.D. says:

    Scientology seems to be all about protecting the big secret of closeted gay male celebrities. Cruise, Travolta, Will Smith — not the poster boys for hetero-ness.

  30. Deeds says:

    Jada’s eyes aren’t brown. They’re green and hazel.

  31. lalie says:

    i love will smith not only he’s a brilliant actor , he’s one of the sexiest man alive and so funny too, a family man, a great dad,a very nice guy, a great husband, all in one package, jeda is a very lucky woman.

  32. Job says:

    Why is that a crime to like or love other women. Damn you stupid puritans.

  33. Philip Wester says:

    About blueeyes and bropwn eyes and whatnot:
    IIRC, green eyes, as have been pointed out to be different from blue eyes, is a true mutation.

    There’s no such thing as a green eyes-gene. Green eyes are mutations of blue eyes.

  34. Anon says:

    Smith apparently drank the Xenu-ade, that’s why he’s giving out ‘free’ Scientology personality tests on the set of his movies and funding one of the $cientology’s indoctrination centers, er, schools for kids.

    And to answer the question posed earlier, Co$ is not a religion and criticisms of it from this poster are informed by long hours of research into LRH’s moonbat cult.

    Smith can believe whatever he wants to believe, thetans, Clear, Xenu, the Bridge to Total Freedom, etc., I could care less.

    But Co$ denies, lies and attacks anyone who dares mention disconnect, Fair Game, the billion year contract, people working for dollars a day for years at SeaOrg and that $cientology might be harming people.

    If Smith expects to promote that garbage he best be prepared for the backlash. That’s why the movie studio is desperate to keep his connections with Co$ quiet (see what happened to Tommy Girl’s career).

    I, for one, will vote with my wallet and will never pay money for a Smith movie while he’s promoting something so destructive. Shame, too. Except for the ending I Am Legend was great and Hitchcock looks like fun. I’ll have to wait for it to come out on cable.

  35. Mary Ann says:

    Actually, eye color is the result of several different genes. It’s possible (though extremely rare) for two blue eyed parents to have a brown-eyed child. You can read more at this link:

  36. Daniee says:

    Will Smith’s “I’m all that” brand of humour is hilarious! I just fall for it every time.

  37. Scott F. says:

    Thanks anon, you saved me from having to get long winded. $cientology is not a religion. Religions don’t hide their doctrines, or even worse, charge for them. All donations are freely given in a religion, and not required for spiritual salvation.

    This is America, and he has a right to practice any religion he wants so long as it doesn’t interfere with other’s rights. It’s also America for us though, and we don’t have to support him by paying to see his movies.

  38. Mim says:

    The most beautiful people come from Finland, with green eyes, brown hair and the most exquisite singing voices ever heard on this earth.

  39. Maritza says:

    I agree with lalie, he a great actor, handsome, good father, good husband, and he looks sincere and honest. I like him whether he is or not in Scientology.

  40. countrybabe says:

    Yeah I see this kiss and wonder if Will is getting ready to come out.

  41. minx says:

    isn’t Will Smith gay??

  42. dana says:

    He’s not comparing jada to white women! 🙄 he’s compareing white women around the world to RUSSIAN white women! it kinda sounds like he’s saying that the rest you you white ladies just arent up to parr with the Russians. now you have a LEGITIMATE reason not to like him! 😀

  43. Science Guy says:

    Eyes and mutations: There is nothing special about recessive traits that mean they were mutations. Even EYES themselves were mutations. No mutation survives in a population unless it has some survival benefit (though often one recessive has a survival benefit, while two together don’t — see Matt Ridley’s Genome for details).

    But really, to get to the point, mutations don’t make morality. The only standard we have is whether human beings treat each other well. Neither blue eyes nor consenting gay sex harms anyone. A society that pressures gay men into loveless marriages … that’s another story.