Celebrities Like Will And Jada Seriously Need To Stop Oversharing

Rae Batchelor
Will Smith looking upset.

Everyone gets a little bit TMI sometimes. It's human nature to divulge our business to our friends, and sometimes we go a little bit overboard. Of course, there are some people who take it too far and always seem to be giving everyone way too much detail into their lives, but usually, these people don't have an audience of millions hanging on their every word. For celebrities who like to overshare, they have that audience, and it can be so hard to avoid hearing about their lives even if you try.

A famous example of celeb oversharers is Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith.

Will And Jada Smith at the Oscars red carpet.
Getty | Kevin Mazur

The Smith family loves to open up about anything and everything — be it extra-marital entanglements, health concerns, and just about anything to do with their marriage.

While some fans love and appreciate their candor, other fans are getting a bit tired of hearing about every intimate detail of their lives, especially following Will Smith's outburst at The Oscars.

For some fans, it's high time that celebrities like the Smiths stop oversharing.

"We all know a couple in a toxic relationship who overshare and ruin the party with their stupid fights and drag you into all their weird on-again/off-again [expletive] and for most of us that couple is Will and Jada Smith," one fan tweeted.

And the Smiths aren't the only ones.

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have gotten on people's nerves for how much they tend to share about their marriage and relationship, and Chrissy Teigen has been accused of oversharing her fair share too.

Honestly, I just don't think we need to know EVERYTHING about our favorite celebrities — a little mystery can be a good thing!

Of course, not everyone thinks it's such a bad thing to share.

"I find complaining about “over sharing” dishonest, because we can choose how we engage w/ celebrity. Ppl act like will & jada are their friends calling them up at midnight to TMI. But also do they even ‘overshare’??? They just… talk about their experiences," added one user.

What do you think? Are we over over-sharing, or do you think people should just unfollow celebrities they don't want to hear about anymore? Let us know how you feel in the comments!