Jada Pinkett Smith was approached by (a very 'nervous' and stumbling) Entertainment Tonight reporter, while she was strolling through an airport, to respond to Jane Hubert's less than complimentary video response to her proposed Oscar boycott. Here is what she said (as the audio is pretty ropey):

"Considering that Alabama had its highest recruitment for the KKK for Martin Luther King’s birthday, I hope that we as African Americans can find a way to get along and step together. Here’s the deal: This whole Oscars controversy isn’t really about the Oscars. Really, it’s my plea to ask our community, people of color, to take back our power so that we can use it in all sectors of our community, and right now, specifically with African American people, we have some very serious issues that we as a people have to move together on... I’m hoping that we can find ways to step together in this, instead of finding ways to fight each other,” she concluded. “I got love for everybody.”