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Will Smith expresses regret for Oscars slap: ‘I lost it’

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Actor Will Smith expressed regret again for slapping Chris Rock at the Academy Awards this year, saying in a new interview that he “lost it” after the comedian made a joke about his wife.
Published 2 months ago · Los Angeles, United States

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