Fresh Prince of Bel-Air co-stars Alfonso Ribeiro and pregnant Tatyana Ali at the LA premiere of Aladdin in support of former co-star Will Smith
They go way back.
Will Smith's Fresh Prince of Bel-Air co-stars Alfonso Ribeiro and Tatyana Ali were snapped at the Hollywood premiere of his new film Aladdin at the El Capitan Theatre to support the star, in which he plays the genie.
Ali, 40, who played Ashley Banks on the NBC comedy, was snapped with her husband Vaughn Rasberry and their son Edward, two.
Reunited: Will Smith's Fresh Prince of Bel-Air co-stars Alfonso Ribeiro, 47, and Tatyana Ali, 50, were snapped at the Hollywood premiere of his new film Aladdin at the El Capitan Theatre Tuesday. Smith posed with Ribeiro and his son A.J., five
She wore a shoulder-less cantaloupe gown as she cradled her baby bump during entrances. The actress in April took to Instagram to announce her pregnancy, saying she was 'feeling very blessed.'
Ribeiro, 47, who played Carlton Banks on the show, wore a navy blue suit with a checkered light blue button-down top. The America's Funniest Home Videos host posed alongside his longtime friend Smith at the debut.
Smith, 50, was dapper in a grey and black patterned suit with a V-neck black shirt at the ceremony, in which he was also supported by wife Jada, 47, daughter Willow, 18, and sons Trey, 26, and Jaden, 20.
Smith on Tuesday chat with Reuters about stepping into the genie role famously commandeered by Robin Williams in the 1992 animated movie.
Happy times: The entertainers shared a hug as they encountered one another in entrances
Happy family: Ali, 40, was snapped with her husband Vaughn Rasberry and their son Edward, two.
Lovely: Ali wore a shoulder-less cantaloupe gown as she cradled her baby bump during entrances
Catching up: Smith and Ali shared kind words at the glitzy Hollywood premiere
'What Robin Williams did with this character - he just didn't leave a lot of room to add to the genie,' Smith said. 'So I started off fearful but then when I got with the music, it just started waking up that fun, childlike, silly part of me.'
Smith said the film, his first for Disney, 'was the most joyful experience of [his] career.'
Other celebrities snapped at the premiere included Darren Criss and Christina Milian.
It's the latest live action adaptation from Disney, which released Dumbo earlier year, and has Mulan on tap for next year. Aladdin arrives in theaters May 24.
Gregarious: The leading man gave the beauty a peck on the cheek
Motherhood: Ali in April took to Instagram to announce her pregnancy, saying she was 'feeling very blessed'
Way back when: Ali and Ribeiro were seen in a grab from the classic 90s sitcom
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