To most of us that grew up in the 90s, Will Smith will always be the ‘Fresh Prince’ and this video proves that he still has the moves, well lines, down pact.
While at South London’s St. Martin-in-the-Fields High School last week, he appeared at an assembly and went on to rap the iconic Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme at the request of a bunch of giddy girls and probably anyone else who watched all six seasons of the hit television show.
The actor/rapper/everything was in the UK to watch his son, Jaden, open up for Justin Bieber on his European tour and was invited to the school by Streatham Member of Parliament, Chuka Umunna.
When your own fans start booing you, you must seriously know there is something wrong with you. That is the case with Justin Bieber and his die-hard Beliebers.
For the second time this year, Bieber has been more than two hours for his scheduled shows. The first time was at his Miami tour stop where not only did he not take the time to sign autographs and meet fans after promising them just that after signing consent forms for being in this new tour movie, but he also went ahead and completely disregarded time and ended up starting his show over two hours later than his originally scheduled show.
Now, the same exact thing has happened on his first “Believe” Tour stop at the O2 Arena. Bieber was scheduled to go on stage at 8:30 p.m. but didn’t go on until around 10:10 p.m. Fans and parents of those fans alike were upset because of this issue. Many of the kids who are just that kids, had parents waiting outside for hours on a school night. Many of them didn’t take the Biebes lack of time telling skill nicely, instantly hitting the web to express their displeasure over the entire scenario.
According to the tickets, Bieber was set to hit the stage at 8:30 p.m. Bieber later went on to tweet:
The Arena did go onto their own Twitter to address the issue once Bieber ad been located and put on stage.
In any case, with as many handlers that the Biebs has, it would be great if any of them would learn to read a clock.
Muse have announced that they will be live streaming their performance from the 2013 BRIT Awards on Feb. 18. The show that sold out in under three minutes, will be streamed for all to see on the Official Youtube page where fans who couldn’t make it to the show to see.
The band will also be paying tribute to War Child, a non-governmental organization that helps children in areas of conflict and non-conflict, in honor of their 20th anniversary. War Child was started in the UK in 1993 and use film and entertainment to help raise money for the organization. Muse aren’t the first to work with the charity stars such as David Bowie, Bono, Sir Paul McCartney, Iggy Pop and Eric Clapton have also lent a helping hand.
The BRIT Awards Concert will take place at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Feb. 18 and the live stream will begin at 9:30PM (GMT).