Before he slapped a reporter in Moscow on Friday, Will Smith slapped down some fresh beats in London last week.
On the U.K.'s "Graham Norton Show," the "Men in Black III" star went retro, rapping the theme song to"The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," the '90s sitcom that made him famous before his foray into movies after the NBC series ended in 1996.
Performing with Take That boy band alum Gary Barlow -- who admitted he knew all the lyrics and brought out a synthesizer for the big moment -- Smith broke out into song (as did the entire audience).
"That is the thing I'm most known for, no matter how big the movies get," Smith explained. "As long as they're screaming 'Will,' I'm cool!"
During the show, he admitted that co-star Alfonso Ribeiro, who played his geeky cousin Carlton on the show, told him to name the eponymous prince after himself because, "people are gonna call you that for the rest of your life."
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