Will Smith Wells Up Recalling What His Nephew Asked Him After Oscars Slap

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Will Smith seemed to get visibly emotional as he spoke - for the first time in public - about beating comedian Chris Rock at the Oscars.
In a lengthy interview with The Daily Show host Trevor Noah on Monday, Smith recalled a specific moment from the "terrible night" when he slapped Rock for taunting his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, on stage.
Smith recalled coming home to his 9-year-old nephew, who stayed up late to see the ceremony where Smith later won the best actor award for "King Richard."
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"We're sitting in my kitchen and he's on my lap and he's holding the Oscar and he's like, 'Why did you hit that man, Uncle Will?'" Smith recalled.
"Why are you trying to get me to Oprah?" Smith joked with Noah as he dabbed his eyes.
Watch the interview here:
At the beginning of the interview, Smith said his watery eyes were a result of being on a plane. He later said that tears really came to his eyes as he spoke about what led to the slap.
"I was like 'aaargh'. It was a mess," Smith told Noah.
There was "a lot of nuance and complexity" in his actions, he said, "but at the end of the day ... I just lost it."
"I guess I'd say you just never know what someone's going through," he added without giving details. "I went through something that night that doesn't justify my behavior at all."
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Smith said he learned "we just have to be nice to each other" and "forgive myself for being human."
Noah suggested the "Emancipation" star shouldn't be defined or canceled based on what she's done.
"You're not," he said to his longtime acquaintance.
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Jada Pinkett-Smith
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