Jimmy Fallon started hosting the The Tonight Show from Los Angeles for the week, which is normally filmed in New York City.
The 40-year-old late night host celebrated by doing a funny spoof on The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, the popular 90s sitcom that featured Will Smith. He nailed it!
Jimmy started the video off with the iconic graffiti as he sat in a revolving gold throne wearing 90s fashion.
Fallon rapped, “Now this is a story all about how life got flipped turned upside down and I liked to take a minute if that’s okay I’d like to tell you how I brought The Tonight Show back to LA”.
Will Smith did not make a cameo, but original castmembers Alfonso Ribeiro and Jeffrey A. Townes returned to portray Carlton Banks and DJ Jazzy Jeff respectively.
The footage ended with the former Saturday Night Live star arriving at the gates of Universal Studios Hollywood, where the show will be broadcast for the next week.
His special weeklong west coast stint will feature Ellen DeGeneres, Kobe Bryant, Vin Diesel and Iggy Azalea. Will Smith will stop by on Thursday and we’re sure will chat with Jimmy about the Fresh Prince parody.
Jimmy also had some help from actors Chris Pratt and Chris Evans, where they photobombed unsuspecting people on the red carpet for the Super Bowl.