With both of her parents currently incarcerated for their starring roles in Operation Varsity Blues, Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli‘s daughter Olivia Jade has been, on occasion, attending various parties around L.A. And one of the benefits of kicking it with the Kardashians is the connections one makes. For Olivia Jade, that means running in the same circles as Jaden and Willow Smith (who else do you think introduced her to the concept of “white privilege“), which she’s parlayed into a seat at Jada Pinkett Smith’s infamous Red Table of Truth. That is if you can believe a word that comes out of her mouth. Otherwise, it’s just a red table in a Facebook studio made to look like a kitchen the Pinkett Smith’s might have if they were poor.
According to Page Six, Olivia will appear on tomorrow’s episode of Red Table Talk on Facebook Watch.
Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli’s daughter Olivia Jade is finally discussing her experience being caught in the middle of the college admissions scandal.
Jade, 21, sat down with Jada Pinkett Smith and Willow Smith for Tuesday’s episode of “Red Table Talk.”
She explained her decision to participate in the show in a promo clip on Instagram, saying, “I’ve watched the show and I think you guys are all amazing and it feels really safe. But it also feels honest and feels like we’re really going to lay it all out here and it’s going to be an open conversation.”
Loughlin, 56, is currently serving a two-month prison sentence at California’s Dublin FCI and is expected to be out of the slammer in time for Christmas.
Meanwhile, 57-year-old Giannulli, who prepped for jail by shaving his head, reported to FCI Lompoc in November for his five-month sentence.
Here’s the promo video for the show. We’ve all heard of bitchy resting face but Olivia’s perpetual smug mug is a new one for me.
And here’s a clip of Jada’s mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones bringing out the deer-in-the-headlights look from Olivia by asking her if she understands why different people in the community were upset with what her family did:
Earlier today I wrote about Heidi’s Klum’s daughter’s eminent modeling career as being part of a cycle of nepotistic employment opportunities for Hollywood youth. But we rarely see the other side of that coin. What happens when the famous last name that got you through the door becomes the mud under your feet? If you’re someone like Olivia Jade, whose parents’ money and connections enabled her to have a “career” as a girl who can talk while applying mascara, then their money and connections landed them both in jail because they mistakenly thought she’d be able to talk while applying mascara and convincingly pretend to row a boat, I guess you use whatever’s left of your parents’ money and connections to go on internet TV and take softball questions about it. But unless she can do it while also applying mascara, I’m not really sure how it’s supposed to save her “career.”