May 27th, 2013
09:55 AM ET
It wasn't quite a full house, but we'll settle for the mini-"Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" reunion the U.K.'s Graham Norton recently hosted on his show.
Will Smith, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro all appeared on the BBC One program Friday and indulged the audience in a '90s throwback performance.
Smith, 44, was on the show with his 14-year-old son, Jaden, to promote their new movie "After Earth." At the talk show host's request, the pair broke into a rap routine that led to the intro of Jazzy Jeff, who was both Smith's musical collaborator and a frequent guest on "Fresh Prince."
With his DJ backing him, Smith couldn't help but break out into the sitcom's theme song with an assist from his son (who wasn't even born until two years after the show ended in 1996).
But that wasn't all - Smith hinted that there was another surprise, and out walked Alfonso Ribeiro ready to hit his signature dance move, "The Carlton."
Norton, who'd been dancing along in the background with his other guests, "The Hangover III's" Bradley Cooper and Heather Graham, quickly found an opportunity to join in.
As the music switched from Tom Jones' "It's Not Unusual" to Sugarhill Gang's "Apache," Smith, his son, Ribeiro, and Norton "jumped on it" - just as Smith and Ribeiro's characters infamously once did on "The Fresh Prince."
"Just a little treat for you," a smiling Smith told Norton as the audience cheered.
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