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Justin Timberlake and Alfonso Ribeiro may officially have been puttering around on the golf course Sunday afternoon as part of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tournament, but they also knew the crowd wanted to see just one thing from the both of them.
And it wasn't a hole-in-one.
So the duo reprised "The Carlton" for the screaming masses!
Last July, Timberlake, 35, and Ribeiro, 44, spontaneously launched into the silly dance — which originated with Ribeiro's Carlton character on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" — while playing golf in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, and ended up with a viral video on their hands.
Here's that memory for you again:
So when they were back together again and hitting the ball on the green in California over the weekend, it seemed only natural that they dive in again. In the video, Ribeiro hits a ball, waves his hand as if to indicate it's only "so-so" and suddenly they're pairing off for the big moment.
But Timberlake wasn't done! On the 16th tee, he broke out the guitar and gave an impromptu performance of "Drink You Away," with Ribeiro lending a hand.
He also made one young fan's day with an autograph:
So even if you weren't on the course for golf Sunday, you got a pretty great show anyway! Thanks, guys!
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