Will Smith's upcoming reunion tour with DJ Jazzy Jeff won't only be about the music.
The Men In Black star says the two will be sporting some of their iconic '80s and '90s fashions.
"We're going to let it rip," Smith told E! News' Zuri Hall at last night's premiere of his new film Concussion (in theaters Dec. 25) at AFI Fest presented by Audi. "We're going to take it across three decades. You're going to see a whole lot of everything."
Smith first revealed their touring plans about a month ago during an appearance on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show. (He also said he's recorded more than 30 new songs.)
He confirmed the news last week during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"We never actually had a chance to go out and do a full tour. So, we released our first record in 1986...Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble was our first record, but by 1990 I was already on The Fresh Prince," the Grammy winner explained. "So, in that time, we just we were getting started and I never actually had a chance to go on tour, so I really want to get out there and do it for real."
He assured E! News, "We're going to keep it hot—trust me!"