Jada Pinkett Smith shared a video to Instagram showing an in-concert video from when her band Wicked Wisdom opened for Britney Spears at concerts in 2004
"Welcome to the 'Bad Ass Women Memoir Club,' " Jada wrote in the caption to her post. She went on to write that Spears "welcomed me to open for her on [Spears' 2004 Onyx tour] with my band Wicked Wisdom with open arms," recalling that the pop star "was so sweet and supportive" during their time on tour together.
"Who knew we would be back on a different stage, sharing our journeys on the page," Jada added in the caption to her post. "I can’t WAIT to read your book Britney and I’m sending you love on your pub day … congrats❣️"
Jada's band Wicked Wisdom opened for Spears on eight tour dates in the United Kingdom in spring 2004, according to a report from Entertainment Weekly dated to March of that year. The video Jada shared appeared to be a skit played for audiences during performances on that tour.
Spears' memoir's release Tuesday comes just one week after Jada released her own explosive memoir, Worthy.
Both books unearth significant details about each women's personal life; Jada revealed that she and her husband Will Smith have been separated since 2016, while Spears reveals in The Woman in Me that she had an abortion during her relationship with Justin Timberlake.
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Jada's memoir and her press tour has produced significant coverage of her relationship with Will, 55, who she married in 1997. Jada clarified that Will is "still my man" during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last week, and she revealed during a separate interview that the pair are considering coauthoring a memoir about their marriage.
“We’re still figuring it out,” Jada recently told PEOPLE of the couple's 25-year marriage. “A lot has happened. The thing about relationships is that it's constantly moving. Relationships are, it's an organism. It's its own thing. It's constantly shifting and constantly moving."
"There's a lot that's transpired in the last two years, and so we've been doing some really heavy-duty work together," she said at the time.
Both Jada's memoir Worthy and Spears' The Woman in Me are available for purchase wherever books are sold now.
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