Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith doing ‘fine’ after house fire

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are doing “fine” after fire trucks and an ambulance were called to their $42 million home in Calabasas, Calif., for a blaze on Monday afternoon.

“They are all fine and in the home. A fire broke out in the basement, and a fireman was treated, but everyone is fine,” a source close to the family exclusively told Page Six.

A witness previous told us that a fire “broke out somewhere on one of the properties” of the superstar couple’s sprawling estate and that “someone was treated at the scene” but not hospitalized.

Video footage captured an ambulance entering the area at approximately 3:30 p.m.

Our source confirmed it was the basement that caught on fire, a fireman was treated and Smith, 52, and Pinkett Smith, 50, were there when it happened.

“There were a lot of fire trucks and police, so it caught everyone’s attention, but they’re all fine,” the source said.

Architectural Digest featured the home in 2011 before the Smiths put it on the market for $42 million in 2013. The actors ended up keeping it, and Pinkett Smith shoots her popular “Red Table Talk” show — which she hosts with daughter Willow Smith and mom Adrienne “Gammy” Banfield-Norris — inside the mansion.

The “Girls Trip” actress recently threw a party on the estate to celebrate her 50th birthday. She built a roller rink and provided food trucks and COVID tests for celeb pals including Toni Braxton, MC Lyte and Jordyn Woods.

Pinkett Smith is expected to discuss her big birthday bash in a special episode of “Red Table Talk” that will air Wednesday on Facebook Watch.

A rep for the couple did not comment.


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