Will Smith does an impromptu rap in a slick satin blue suit as he arrives for TV appearance
He may be 44-years-old and have three children, but he'll always be the Fresh Prince.
Ahead of a taping of The Late Show with David Letterman in New York on Monday, Will Smith came out in a slick satin blue suit and red button up suit, dancing to the live studio band's rendition of his hit song Summertime.
After giving Letterman's hand a squeeze he then ran across the studio, snatched a microphone and did an impromptu rap of his hit song, reminding everyone of his multi-faceted talents.
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Stay fresh: Actor Will Smith, 44, places a peace sign as he leaves The Late Show with David Letterman studio on Monday afternoon in New York City
Looking fresh: Smith wore a blue satin suit with a red collared shirt and slick brown dress shoes
Impromptu rap: As the band welcomed him to the studio with his hit song Summertime, Smith shook Letterman's hand before running over and grabbing a microphone
Summertime! Smith sang about a minute of his famous song
After the taping, the 44-year-old Men In Black actor and rapper strolled out of the studio to throngs of expectant, shrieking fans, giving piece signs to the cameras and smiling broadly.
Smith again showed off his flashy suit in the bright Spring sunshine, worn with equally stylish brown dress shoes.
He walked up and down the barricades that had been set up outside the studio signing autographs and waving to the crowd.
The Independence Day star was a guest on Letterman as part of a press tour to promote the M. Night Shyamalan science fiction action film After Earth, which he stars in with his 14-year-old son Jaden.
Watch the suit: Throngs of fans were waiting to get Smith's autograph
Big as ever: Smith waved to fans after signing autographs, as famous as he has ever been
However, the starring father-son pair have spent the majority of the time on talk shows addressing a report from The Sun, which quoted Will had finally accepted that Jaden wanted to be free from his parents as legal guardians.
'He says, ''Dad, I want to be emancipated,''' The Sun quoted Will as saying last Monday. 'I know if we do this, he can be an emancipated minor, because he really wants to have his own place, like ooh. That's the backlash. On the other side, if kids just want to have command of their lives, I understand.'
However, a few days later on Ellen, both the entire Smith family laughed off the story.
Going boarding: While Dad was doing Letterman, Jaden left their Soho hotel to go skateboarding
Father son press tour: Jaden and Will have been on a press tour to promote their new film After Earth
Best shot: Much of the tour has been answering questions about a report in The Sun with Smith quoted as saying Jaden wanted to be emancipated
'I think I made a joke in Tokyo,' Will said, turning to Jaden to pinch his cheeks. 'I mean… my baby boy, he's never leaving me, ever. No emancipation for the Smith kids.'
The teenager claimed he didn't even know anything about the emancipation rumors until after the press tour began, as he doesn't 'really go on the Internet except for going on Tumblr.'
'See, here's the thing that you need to understand: I'm not going anywhere," Jaden told Ellen. 'The thing that people don't get is everything at this house is free! So I can get anything and everything at his house, so I'm going to be there 20, 30 more years.'
After Earth opens in theaters worldwide May 31.
Close family: Both father and son have repeatedly denied the emancipation rumors
Sci-fi epic? Jaden and Will's new film opens May 31