Alfonso Ribeiro Scores Perfect With Carlton Dance On Dancing With The Stars

Posted: Oct 7 2014, 1:39am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 7 2014, 2:04am CDT, in News | Latest TV News


Alfonso Ribeiro Scores Perfect with Carlton Dance
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Actor Alfonso Ribeiro known around the world for his role as Carlton Banks in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air brought his legendary role to DWTS last night. Watch the Carlton dance below.

The 19th season  of Dancing with the Stars is underway on ABC. The list of celebrities include Tommy Chong, Lolo Jones, Lea Thompson, Jonathan Bennett, Michael Waltrip and Alfonso Ribeiro. The last name might not ring a bell, but when you see him, you immediately recognize him as Carlton Banks from the legendary Fresh Prince of Bel-Air sit-com. Last night he gave fans what they have been waiting for all along. Alfonso Ribeiro did the Carlton dance. Well, a very sophisticated version of it. 

He danced with his pro partner Witney Carson on a set that resembles the Banks living room. He is wearing Carlton's signature sweater. Watch the fun performance below. He got a perfect score for the Carlton dance from the judges.

Watch below a clip from Prince of Bel Air that shows Ribeiro doing the original Carlton dance.

In the new season thirteen celebrities compete again on the dance floor. New this season is the addition of Julianne Hough as judge. DWTS airs on Monday 8/7c on ABC. Voting is open now here.

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