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The show will be offering fans even more news and backstage gossip from the new series, with an extra hour-long edition on Friday nights in addition to its daily half-hour instalments.
She said: "I can't wait to get back into the It Takes Two Glitterdome, my home from home, and dust off the sparkly shoes and jumpers and start grilling our glorious Strictly Class of 2015 daily on their trials and tribulations and tangos - and what a line up so far!
Will Smith, the Hollywood superstar, has been so busy the past decade making blockbusters that Will Smith, the multi-platinum rapper formerly known as the Fresh Prince, hasn't released new music since 2005's Lost and Found. Aside from the occasional Carlton Dance, Smith has shown almost no desire to rejoin a music world now occupied by his children, but on The Tonight Show, Smith reconnected with the Fresh Prince of yesteryear to beatbox and then perform Rob Base and DJ E-z Rock's "It Takes Two" with Jimmy Fallon.
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Jimmy Fallon took his love for the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air a step further on Thursday's Tonight Show when he invited the show's star Will Smith to rap and beatbox with him. Needless to say, it was "out of sight."
Smith was so into the song that he and Fallon stood up and got the audience involved. "I wanna rock right now! Sing!" the Focus star screamed out to the crowd.
It was clear the rapper-turned-actor, a.k.a. "Big Willy", has been missing the music game as he hasn't recorded anything new since 2005.
If they weren't already, after this performance Fallon and Smith are definitely "known on the microphone."
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3 items from 2015
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