Fresh Prince of Bel Air icons Will Smith, 51, and Jazzy Jeff, 55, have reunited as the show prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
Movie star Will and DJ Jazzy Jeff – real name Jeffrey Allen Townes – got together to promote a special offer for fans to stay at the mansion featured in the hit sitcom.
The epic property is being advertised on Airbnb and fans can rent off a wing of the sprawling abode for the bargain price of $30 per night.
And in order to share the special chance with fans, Will took to Instagram on Sunday night to reveal the offer as he posed with his former co-star Jazzy Jeff.
The duo posed in front of the luxe property for the snap and Will captioned the upload: “YOOOO!! Y’all think we should rent out the @freshprince house?? We’re making it happen with the squad at @airbnb!! #FreshPrince30th.”
Five Airbnb stays are available on October 2, October 5, October 8, October 11 and October 14 for an amazing $30 a night.
They will be open for groups of up to two Los Angeles County residents, who can request to book beginning on September 29 on airbnb.com/fresh.
Snaps taken from inside the home show an impressive games room – complete with a large snap of Will Smith hung on the wall – as well as an swanky dining room decked out with wood panelled walls and throne style furniture.
Other images taken from the place flaunt the lush swimming pool surrounded by loungers and inside a trendy bedroom with graffiti wall art and a flashy bed.
It comes after Will joined his co-stars for a one-off reunion special to celebrate the show’s anniversary.
The special is set to record on September 10 and is scheduled to arrive on the HBO Max streaming service around Thanksgiving, which this year falls on November 26.
Smith will be joined by co-stars Tatyana Ali (Ashley Banks), Karyn Parsons (Hilary Banks), Joseph Marcell (Geoffrey), Daphne Maxwell Reid (Vivian Banks) and Alfonso Ribeiro (Carlton Banks), as well as DJ Jazzy Jeff.
James Avery, who played Uncle Phil in The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, died in 2013.
The show starred Smith as a fictionalised version of himself – a streetwise teenager who is sent to live with his wealthy aunt and uncle in their Bel Air mansion after getting into a fight in his hometown of Philadelphia.