Alfonso Ribeiro might be best know as Carlton from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, but he's certainly making a new name for himself on this season of Dancing with the Stars.
The DWTS frontrunner performed his iconic "Carlton dance" on the show, to rave reviews, but admitted that he's grown a bit weary of the signature moves.
"I'm a little tired of it," he confessed to ET. "That's probably why I really wanted to be on Dancing with the Stars."
Ribeiro and his DWTS partner Witney Carson told Kevin Frazier and Nancy O'Dell that while competition on the show starts off friendly, things quickly got ruthless.
"At first, everyone's super supportive, they really want everyone to do well," Carson said. "But at the end of the day, this is a competition. So, sometimes people are sneaking around, peaking their heads in."
"Derek [Hough] comes in our room a lot," Ribeiro dished. "He will come and just kind of hang."
He may still have the dance moves, but Frazier wanted to know if Ribeiro still know the iconic theme song rap from The Fresh Prince?
"I actually don't really know the theme song," the performer admitted. "I know a few of the lyrics, but I don't really know it."
Check out the video to see how he does and for a sneak peek at the pair's upcoming foxtrot performance on Monday's Dancing with the Stars.