Will Smith Performs Live for the First Time in a Decade at the Latin GRAMMYs

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Will Smith took the stage for the first time in a decade Thursday night when he performed at the Latin GRAMMYS on Thursday, alongside Columbian electronica group Bomba Estereo.

Smith, who hasn't performed live since the release of his album Lost and Found in 2005, performed a remix of Bomba Estereo's song "Fiesta," which featured guest vocals by the blockbuster star.

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The 47-year-old actor and rapper ruled the stage, lending his superstar magnetism to the performance which brought down the house at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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At least we know that the star hasn't lost his skill, or his knack for referring to himself repeatedly in his own music. For the "Fiesta" remix, he now refers to himself as "Big Will" and "The Fresh One," so we won't forget who's singing.

Last summer, Smith stripped off his shirt to dance at a pool party in sin city. Check out the video below to see The Fresh One dancing to "Jump On It," which might be the closest thing to traveling back in time that we, as a society, will ever get to experience.

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