So cute! Justin Timberlake and Alfonso Ribeiro made everyone’s day when they broke out ‘The Carlton’ at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament on Feb. 13. Click to WATCH!
That’s one way to get the crowd excited! Justin Timberlake, 35, and Alfonso Ribeiro, 44, had a lot of fun on the golf course at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am Golf Tournament. The dynamic duo pulled out the iconic “Carlton” dance from Alfonso’s Fresh Prince of Bel-Air days. This video is just too good!
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Just before Alfonso took a big swing on the green, he teamed up with Justin to give the crowd a real treat. Standing side-by-side, the two started doing “The Carlton” on the green. The moment was too epic to truly describe in words — that’s why you have to watch the video!
The crowd immediately started roaring with applause at Justin and Alfonso. Alfonso clearly has a knack for the move, and Justin’s definitely been practicing! They were perfectly in sync. After a few seconds, Justin and Alfonso walked off for the next round of golf. We want more! Stream Justin’s music now!
During a TV interview, Justin and Alfonso talked about bringing “The Carlton” to the golf course. “We didn’t even plan that, wow!” Justin said. “We look good, though! You do a good Carlton.” Alfonso said. “Thank you, sir,” Justin replied.
This isn’t the first time these two have showed off the epic dance move together. At the American Century Celebrity Golf tournament in July 2015, the two pulled out the dance. Alfonso needed some persuading, but Justin eventually convinced him to partake in the fun!
Of course, let’s not forget to give credit where credit is due. Alfonso made the move famous while on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. In case you were living under a rock in the ’90s, Alfonso played Carlton Banks!
HollywoodLifers, who does “The Carlton” better? Let us know!