This week, The Tonight Show temporarily relocated from its New York studio to Los Angeles, and to mark the move, host Jimmy Fallon channeled another beloved westward-traveling TV icon. Perhaps you recall Will Smith on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air?

Jimmy leaned on his buddies from The Roots to parody the show’s opening segment, even enlisting the help of DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro (who you may know as Carlton) from the 90s sitcom. So next time you’re “chillin’ out maxin’, relaxin’ all cool,” make sure to take five and watch this on-point clip.

By Susie Kostaras, Associate Content Editor

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See: Will Smith go back to his Fresh Prince roots and freestyle rap the show’s theme song. Yep, this video pretty much made our week.

Read: Kate Moss’s interview in Vanity Fair’s December issue. It’s okay, Kate, we’ve shed a few tears over Johnny, too.

Watch: One little girl who is SO over the presidential campaign. Lucky for her the sun – er, results – will come out tomorrow.

Check Out: The back-in-the-day beauty trends making a modern-day comeback. And don’t worry, 80s perms aren’t one of them.

Tell us what you’re buzzing about this week or tweet us at @ruelala

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November 5, 2012