Jada Pinkett Smith and Gabrielle Union have ended their 17-year secret feud, PEOPLE reports.
Pinkett Smith, 46, was promoting her new talk show, Red Table Talk, on Extra on Thursday where she revealed that she and the Being Mary Jane star hadn’t spoken in almost two decades.
“I have a really touching episode with Gabrielle Union. We haven’t been on the best of terms for 17 years and we have a reconciliation,” she said. “When the producers said we want to do a girlfriends show, her name just kept coming up. It just couldn’t be anything else.”
The Girls Trip actress doesn’t even remember how her fight with Union began but said it was “definitely” over.
Pinkett Smith is hosting her new show, which premiered on Facebook’s video platform Facebook Watch on May 7, with her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, and daughter Willow Smith.
“Red Table Talk is about raw truth, love and deep passion. My mother is old school, Willow is new school, and I find myself right in the middle,” Pinkett Smith told PEOPLE last month.
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