Politics 7 March 2013 Will Smith and Chuka Umunna dance to Fresh Prince of Bel Air The Big Question: how are these children old enough to remember the theme tune? Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML This is a distinct improvement on George Osborne skipping, isn't it? Earlier today, the actor Will Smith visited a Brixton school and led the pupils in a rousing rendition of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme tune. He posted a video on his Facebook page here, noting: "I want to send a shout out to all my peeps in Brixton... Chuka Umunna, Tessa Jowell, headteacher Lesley Morrison and everybody at the St Martin-in-the-Fields High School for Girls!" Below is the theme tune singalong. Full marks here go to Labour's business spokesman Chuka Umunna, who managed to bop along without looking utterly excruciating. Tessa Jowell was also on the visit (see below) but alas, does not seem to feature in this particular clip. (Photo from Tessa Jowell/Twitter) One question remains: how are these children old enough to remember the Fresh Prince? › Jim Murphy: Labour is sticking with Trident Chuka Umunna and Will Smith. Photo: @ChukaUmunna Helen Lewis is deputy editor of the New Statesman. She has presented BBC Radio 4’s Week in Westminster and is a regular panellist on BBC1’s Sunday Politics. Subscribe More Related articles My latest Brexit worry? What will happen to our footballers For the Ukip press officer I slept with, the European Union was Daddy Commons Confidential: What happened at Tom Watson's birthday party?