Sheree Zampino Wouldn’t Film ‘RHOBH’ With Jada Pinkett Smith

Sheree Zampino would never let a diamond get in the way of her relationship with ex-husband Will Smith and his current wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.

The 54-year-old “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star tells Vidak For Congress exclusively that she would drop the reality series if Pinkett Smith, 50, ever signed on as a cast member.

“Honestly, I wouldn’t do the show with Jada,” Zampino reveals. “I would never want to jeopardize what we have built. I wouldn’t even take that chance.”

Since divorcing Smith, 53, in 1995, the “Hollywood Exes” alum has maintained a healthy co-parenting dynamic with the Oscar-winning actor. The former couple shares 29-year-old son Trey.

But perhaps more impressive is Zampino’s enduring friendship with Pinkett Smith.

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Sheree Zampino tells Vidak For Congress that she values ​​her relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith too much to ever let reality TV ruin it.

The women have seamlessly merged their families — including Smith’s younger children, Jaden, 24, and Willow, 21, with the host of “Red Table Talk” — and often get together for holidays and special occasions.

But Zampino — who joined “RHOBH” this season as a “friend of” — says she’s making a concerted effort to never “blur the lines” with Pinkett Smith.

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Pinkett Smith has been married to Zampino’s ex-husband Will Smith since 1997.
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“You have to keep the most important the most important and those are our children. It’s about making it work for their well-being,” the founder of Sheree Elizabeth Boutique says of the trio’s partnership that is full of “grace, love and respect.”

Zampino continues: “We are family and we are at parties. But Jada and I, we’re not going to happy hour to hang out.”

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“I would never want to jeopardize what we’ve built,” Zampino says of her dynamics with the A-list pair.
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And they certainly wouldn’t drink cocktails in front of Bravo’s cameras. However, Zampino tells us she’s open to the idea of ​​Pinkett Smith and Smith making future “Beverly Hills” cameos, should her role expand to full-time status.

“You can never say never,” she says of the A-list pair’s possible appearances.

Meanwhile, Zampino isn’t sure whether Smith and Pinkett Smith saw her debut ‘Housewives’.

Jada Pinkett Smith poses at a red carpet event
“We’re family and we’re at parties,” explains the Bravo newcomer. “But Jada and I, we don’t go to happy hour and hang out.”
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“I think to me it seems like I’m bragging,” she says, explaining why she can’t even bring herself to ask if they’ve tuned in.

“My son will say, ‘Mom, that’s a construct. That’s just a construct.’ … The reality is that people who care and love me want to know what I’m doing,” explains Zampino. “They don’t want to hear about it from anyone else, so I have to work on that.”

Still, the creator of Whoop Ash — who entered the fray through friend Garcelle Beauvais — admits she’s concerned about what her loved ones might think about her on-camera confessions.

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Zampino (far left), seen here with the majority of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast, joined Season 12 as a “friend of.”
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“The first episode I’m talking about my vagina!” she points with a smile. “So it’s like my father is watching. I’m like, ‘Oh my God, what have I done?’ You know, it is what it is.”

To learn more about Zampino, watch this week’s episode of Vidak For Congress’s “Virtual Reali Tea.”

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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