Will Smith outdid himself during his appearance on "The Graham Norton Show" with his son Jaden Smith on Friday, May 24.
First a little back story. When Smith appeared on "The Graham Norton Show" in May 2012, he led the audience in a sing-along of the theme song from his sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."
Smith kicked it up a notch with his appearance on Friday by bringing along his "Fresh Prince" co-stars DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro to the show for a medley centered on the popular '90s sitcom. Video of their appearance can be seen below.
After Smith's son Jaden, who appears with him in the upcoming film "After Earth," showed off his freestyle rapping skills, Smith kicked off the medley with a little surprise for the host.
"Last time I was here I did my 'Fresh Prince' rap," Smith said. "Eight million YouTube hits was on that. I can see your face, you're like, 'What has he left?' Well this time I brought my DJ, Jazzy Jeff."
Smith and his son then led a remixed rendition of the "Fresh Prince" theme song, along with "The Hangover III" star Heather Graham grooving along on the couch.
"You liked that," Smith asked after the song was over. "Well hold up Graham my man, I'm not through, one more little surprise just for you."
DJ Jazzy Jeff then began playing "It's Not Unusual" by Tom Jones as Smith introduced Alfonso Ribeiro on stage. Smith, Jaden Smith and Ribeiro performed Ribeiro's character's signature "Carlton Dance" from the series.
Oh and it didn't stop there. Just when nostalgia hit peak levels, Smith called Norton to the stage and DJ Jazzy Jeff began playing "Jump on It!" by the Sugar Hill Gang.
The song was featured on an episode of "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" from the show's second season where Will and Carlton try to become strippers in order to buy back Aunt Vivan's bracelet. The characters perform a dance routine to the song. On Friday, Smith, Jaden Smith, Ribeiro and Norton all joined in on recreating the dance.
"After Earth" hits theaters on May 31. Check out Smith's appearance on the Graham Norton show below.