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Wednesday 27 August 2014

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Will Smith was reunited with two of his Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air co-stars as his eldest son Trey made his DJing debut in London.

The Hollywood star, who is promoting his new sci-fi film After Earth in the capital with his younger son Jaden, was joined by former castmates Alfonso Ribeiro (who played Carlton Banks) and DJ Jazzy Jeff (Jazz) at Boujis nightclub.

Selena Gomez arrived later in the evening with Jaden, who is a good friend of her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber.

They were supporting Trey - Will's son with his first wife Sheree Zampino - as he spun the decks in the London hotspot before kicking off a mini tour in Europe.

The 20-year-old, who goes by the moniker DJ AcE and has worked the turntables at the Vanity Fair pre-Oscar party, played house music during his set including David Guetta's Titanium, watched by his dad and half-brother Jaden throughout.

A guest said: "Dad Will was very tired after a long day in London filming and going on The Graham Norton Show but he wanted to support his son and stayed all night."

She added: "Guests kept asking Alfonso to do his Carlton dance moves, but he just laughed. Will was mobbed when he arrived, but his security guards kept the crowds back."

Trey's performance went down so well that Boujis want to invite Trey, who revealed he loved DJing in London, back to play in the club again.

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