He stars in some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters, but actor Will Smith hasn’t forgotten the show that made him famous.
The 44-year-old and his son Jaden recently appeared on The Graham Norton Show where they surprised the audience – and host Graham Norton – by singing
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air rap while Will’s old hip hop partner, DJ Jazzy Jeff, worked the turntables.
But the reunion didn’t stop there – the pair were also joined by Alfonso Ribeiro, who played Will’s cousin Carlton on the show. He took to the stage to do his signature “Carlton Dance” followed by a routine to The Sugarhill Gang’s Apache (Jump On It), which was an iconic feature in one of the show’s episodes.
Will and Jaden appeared on the show to promote their new movie After Earth, which opens in New Zealand cinemas on June 13.