So, Will Smith made it to town? | Rock Candy

Thursday, June 1, 2006

So, Will Smith made it to town?

Posted on Thu, Jun 1, 2006 at 1:04 PM

So, was that the "Fresh Prince" himself was at Juanita's Wednesday night taking in his wife's show, Wicked Wisdom, that rocked the the house? Timothy Lim directed us to photos he and friends took at the Wicked Wisdom show, and they think they got Will Smith to pose with them. Is that Will Smith, or just somebody with a slight facial resemblence?

Erin Hurley at Juanita's says that although Will Smith shows up at some of his wife's shows, he didn't make this one.

So, you be the judge.

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Here's Jada Pinkett Smith and some new friends:

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