Everybody loves the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, even Will Smith. Even though Will Smith seems to have slowed down on acting, he will never truly leave the limelight. He's way too hilarious to ever let anyone take his spotlight and that includes his son, Jaden. Do you remember that time when Will trolled his son by recreating Jaden's first music video? So awkward and so funny.

Will Smith is the epitome of a "cool dad" and he just scored some serious brownie points with fans. He recited the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" theme song, word for word on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. If that's not awesome, then I don't know what is.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was one of the most coveted shows from the 90s. We were obsessed with Carlton, Uncle Phil and of course, The Prince himself. Even though the show went off the air in 1996, anytime fans are reminded of the hit show, they go crazy.

It all started when Jimmy Fallon asked Will Smith to play a game called "History of TV Theme Songs". Of course, they were going to throw in the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The skit started with the Golden Girls, the Jeffersons and went on, finally ending the song with the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

If you want to start with the Fresh Prince theme song, skip the video to 2: 41 seconds in.

I swear, Will Smith never ages. He has the spirit of a 21-year-old on a wild night out. We loved watching him belt out the lyrics to his retired tv show.

Remember that time when Alfonso Ribeiro and Will Smith recreated their dance together from the "Las Vegas Dance Competition" episode? Fans love when Will Smith reminds them of their favourite 90s sitcom.

Alfonso, Will and Jaden were all in on the action. We can't stop loving Will and the crew. Even though the show has been off the air for more than two decades now, it will still be one of our favourite shows of all time! And we can't get enough of these recreations. Keep them coming, Will!

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