Graham Norton gives Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith mics, and they bust into some rhymes. Lighting up “The Graham Norton Show,” Smith doesn’t stop there. Oh no. It turns out the “Men in Black” actor also brought his personal DJ, Jazzy Jeff, to the program.
Next, he and Jaden perform ” The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” rap. Meanwhile, guest Heather Graham is dancing and swaying along. Will Smith’s biggest surprise happens when Alfonso Ribeiro jumps on stage to do his trademark Carlton Dance. Even Norton hops on stage to get into the dancing fun. A great time was had by all.
Robin Williams is epic in every interview he ever gave. In 1998 he was on key with David Letterman. Letterman quizzed him about his friendship with sitting President Bill Clinton, and the exchange was hilarious.
When it got to the point of his visit to promote "Good Will Hunting," Williams spoke of the film endearingly; he clearly loved the project. “I got this amazing script, I agreed to do it, and then, all the sudden, I meet [Ben Affleck and Matt Damon] on the set.” Then unknowns, Williams joked about asking to see their ID and if they had their father’s permission.
Recently, Drew Barrymore admitted that her performance on David Letterman’s show in 1995 was a TMI moment that she had learned from. She was 20 and had already been in the entertainment industry for more than a decade. She said she didn’t regret it because it was fun, but here’s what happened.
Barrymore asks Letterman if he’d like her to table dance for him. Paul Shaffer provided some bluesy music. Just before her dance on his desk ends, she flashes him really quickly and returns to her seat. Letterman meant it when he said, “I can’t thank you enough for that.”
When Chris Pratt appeared on "The Graham Norton Show," the host could not help but ask Pratt about one thing in particular: getting naked. Immediately, the actor, there to promote "Guardians of the Galaxy," jumped into his naked stories.
Apparently, Pratt has always enjoyed shocking people by undressing, especially as a kid when he got in trouble for it often. When he pulled the prank to get a good shot of a scene at "Parks and Recreation," his flashing days came to an abrupt end. According to NBC, he must never do that again. And in fact, he framed the letter.
This was a long time ago, Bieber time. Justin sported only two tattoos. The second one was still healing. This became clear when Bieber screamed as David Letterman grabbed the young artist’s arm to admonish him about getting any more tattoos. “Believe,” the name of his new album was printed across his forearm.
Meanwhile, David Letterman, interviewing the 18-year-old in 2012, gave fatherly advice — go to college, don’t get any more tattoos, and vote in US elections (even though he’s Canadian). By our count, he didn't listen to Uncle David at all. However, it's never too late, especially for this young man.