Selena Gomez got involved in a Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reunion in London last night when she and Jaden Smith grabbed dinner with Will Smith and his former costars DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro, who played Carlton. Selena and Jaden joined Will and his group for a bite to eat at the Hakkasan restaurant before they all headed over to the Boujis nightclub to watch Will's older son, Trey Smith, do a DJ set. According to reports, Jaden was denied entry into the club because he is underage. This isn't the first time that Jaden has been excluded from a club for being too young — he had to ditch friend Justin Bieber's birthday party earlier this year after a London club kicked him out after they found out he is 14 years old. The scene reportedly caused Justin to label his special day as "the worst birthday ever."
Selena, Jaden, and Will met up after they all visited The Graham Norton Show yesterday to tape an interview alongside Michael Douglas and Hangover III stars Bradley Cooper and Heather Graham. Selena tweeted this morning about the episode, which will air in the UK today, saying, "Thanks Graham Norton and everyone at The Graham Norton Show for having me on your show! Had such a good time with everyone."
Will Smith usually has his real life family by his side on the red carpet, but last night at the Seven Pounds premiere in LA he was joined by his former on screen relatives. Alfonso Ribeiro and Tatyana Ali who co-starred with Will on The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, smiled big out to support the big star. Will wasn't the only of the movie's stars out to celebrate — Rosario Dawson looked sexy in her hot little dress, but unfortunately Tom Cruise didn't bring his son Connor out for his first big acting premiere. The movie hits theaters this Friday and while the trailer is still a bit cryptic it looks like one of our favorite male stars of the year, Will, gives another memorable performance.
Although the credits are rolling and this episode of Silver Spoons has reached its end, Rick Schroder and Alfonso Ribeiro insist on making total dorks of themselves. In an attempt to cement the newly restored friendship shared by their characters, the two run to the center of the room, exchange high fives, and take turns showing off their amateur-ish break-dancing skills. It's fun for the whole . . . two of them. My only wonder is: Why is Alfonso dressed like he's 10 going on 65?
Before embracing his inner Carlton, Alfonso Ribeiro danced with Michael Jackson in a Pepsi commercial and made instructional break dancing videos. Even with bad ass moves like "The King Tut" and "The Centipede," he still had to jack down the price and throw in everything but the kitchen sink to make a sell. Hey, he managed to score an annoying role on a popular TV sitcom...