Just about everybody loves 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' theme song, and one could still forgive Will Smith for being sick of the tune he recorded as a 21-year-old. But it turns out, however, that the now 43-year-old embraces all things relating to his TV roots.

During an appearance on 'The Graham Norton Show,' Smith admitted that 'The Fresh Prince  of Bel-Air' is still what he is most recognized for when he travels around the world -- and that he is perfectly fine with that. In fact, Norton was able to coerce Smith, who was promoting 'Men In Black 3,' to perform the theme song.

It was obviously pretty satisfying to Smith to see Norton's British audience sing along with the rap.
"It's humbling," he told Norton. "Thank you."

Well that appearance certainly went better for Smith than what happened to him in Moscow late last week. During that promotional visit for 'MIB 3,' he actually had to slap a local news personality who invaded his personal space.

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