The best Fresh Prince reunion ever

Last updated 12:20 26/05/2013
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Will Smith gets jiggy with it as he performs the Fresh Prince theme on the Graham Norton show.

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There's no way Will Smith can escape the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

It doesn't matter how many box office records he breaks and how many Oscars he wins, he'll still be asked to grab a mic and start rapping: "Now this is the story all about how my life got flipped, turned upside down ..."

Which is how it should be, because Smith rapping the Fresh Prince theme makes for great TV.

The last time the Men in Black star was on the BBC's Graham Norton Show, he was asked to lead the audience in a rap-along of the song.

This time he got a surprise as Norton asked him to pick up the mic again for another rendition.

Smith got his son Jayden involved in the action but the duo got a shock when Smith's Prince co-star Alfonso "Carlton Banks" Ribeiro and DJ Jazzy Jeff joined them on stage.

Pure joy.

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