The Fresh Prince of Bel Air gang reunited on The Graham Norton show last night, as Will Smith performed the show's infamous theme song with special guest appearances from his son Jaden, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro - aka Carlton Banks.
Viewers were also treated to that notorious Carlton dance, when Jazzy Jeff played It's Not Unusual by Tom Jones, with his Fresh Prince character being well known for his cringeworthy moves.
The show was watched by a peak of four million people and the clip that was later uploaded to YouTube by the BBC had already been watched more than 600,000 times in just 12 hours.
Will told Norton, "Last time I was here I did my Fresh Prince rap - eight million YouTube hits was on that. This time I brought my Dj Jazzy Jeff."
Smith rapped the song with Jaden as Jazzy Jeff took to a set of Dj decks, and at the end of the performance the actor declared, "You like that? Well hold up Graham my man I'm not through - one more little surprise just for you."
The Fresh Prince cast reunite (Photo: WENN)
The Fresh Prince cast also reunited on Thursday night, when Will was spotted leaving Boujis nightclub after watching his son Tre Smith perform.
Whilst Will and Alfonso may have dressed for the night, Jazzy Jeff appeared to go for a more causal vibe and was seen leaving the location in a sports top and trousers.
However, Will wasn't alone as he was joined by his younger son Jaden and Selena Gomez who also turned up to watch Trey perform in the popular nightspot.
An onlooker told EntertainmentWise of Will during his time in the club: "Will was very tired after a long day in London filming and going on the Graham Norton Show but he wanted to support his son (they are all very close) and stayed all night." How sweet!
Whilst Will, Alfonso and Jazzy Jeff may have looked happy to be in each other's company, Will's former co-star Janet Hubert, who played the role of Will's aunt Vivian is believed to have slammed the actor when she was asked about whether she would take part in a reunion.
"There will never be a reunion … as I will never do anything with an a*****e like Will Smith", she told TMZ.
"He is still an egomaniac and has not grown up. This constant reunion thing will never ever happen in my lifetime unless there is an apology, which he doesn’t know the word."
However she later took back her statement, according to TheGrio.com.
Check out Will Smith's rap on The Graham Norton Show below: