Will Smith finally hits a hat-trick with ‘First Aunt Viv’ Janet Hubert


Will Smith mesmerized all of us in the 1990s as “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”.

And the star delivered some much-needed news via Instagram on Thursday night on the show’s 30th anniversary.

The 51-year-old actor was reunited with his sitcom co-stars, as they gathered to celebrate the anniversary by filming a reunion special.

Smith poses in the old Banks’ mansion with Tatyana Ali (Ashley), Karin Parsons (Hillary), Joseph Marcel (Geoffrey), Daphne Maxwell Reid (Aunty Viv No 2) and Alphonse Ribeiro (Carlton) as recurring Posted. DJ Jazzy Jeff.

He captioned the picture: “Today is exactly 30 years later when @FreshPrince of Bel-Air debuted! So we’re doing something for ‘y’all … coming soon for a real family reunion for real banks @HBOmax! Rip james # FreshPrince30th. ”

James Avery – aka Uncle Phil – died in 2013.

But what exactly did fans get on Thursday night: A Second The picture appears to bury Hatrick with the original Aunt Viv, Janet Hubert.

For the first time in 27 years, they have been seated together on camera.

Will Smith and Janet Hubert shared a smile for the first time in decades in this photo shared on the actor's Instagram account.
Will Smith and Janet Hubert shared a smile for the first time in decades in this photo shared on the actor’s Instagram account.Instagram

He played the character of Aunt Viv in the first three seasons before leaving in 1993 amid a long-running feud with Smith.

Janet Hubert, Will Smith and James Avery in "The new prince of Bel Air."
Janet Hubert, Will Smith and James Avery “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”NBC / Everett Collection

His on-set issues caused him to pull out of the show early, and he documented his broken relationship with Smith in his 2009 book “Perfection is not a sitcom Mom”.

He claimed he was “performed” after his departure, and in 2017, he criticized the cast after being stripped of a previous reunion, according to Digital Spy.

It will take a look at the reunion series, starring Smith as the fictionalized version of moving from West Philadelphia to live with his wealthy uncle and aunt in the NBC series Bel Air, which originally aired from 1990 to 1996. happened.

“Fresh Prince” music, dancing and surprise guests are expected to be aired around Thanksgiving on HBO Max on the night of the reunion, but have yet to be confirmed.

A separate reboot called “Bel-Air” also works for streaming service More.

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