Will Smith ensured a teen undergoing chemotherapy treatments would have an incredible Christmas in the season two premiere of his Snapchat series Will From Home.
The 52-year-old actor was joined by his friend Jason Derulo, 31, to lighten up the mood of Aiden, a 14-year-old who was d!agnosed with canc-er in April.
While chatting virtually with him and his father Chuck, Will and Jason put on a dancing tutorial, before revealing a special Christmas present for Aiden.
Aiden has had to undergo chemotherapy treatments throughout much of the pa-ndemic, but his father isn’t able to be by his side during the treatments due to COVID-19 safety procedures.
However, he’s done his best to boost his son’s spirits by dancing for him from outside his room, according to TMZ.In a clip from the series, which can be watched on the Snapchat app, Aiden shows off some of the dance moves he has learned for Will and Jason, who bu-rst out into laughter and cheers when he nails it.
It’s not all about who has the freshest moves, though, and Aiden is presented with a special Christmas gift from the Fresh Prince star. He opens the box to discover that it’s a PlayStation 5.
The highly coveted game cons-ole has been hard to find for gamers across the country as Christmas approaches, but it wasn’t on the market yet when the clip was filmed. ‘That’s the PS5 — you can’t even get those yet!’ Will sho-uts with excitement.
On a screen behind him, Aiden raises the box above his head and lets out a roar. Along with the gifts just for Aiden, Will also made a $10,000 donation to the Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
Each episode of the 10-episode social media series will find Will helping out those in need and honoring people who have made major sacrifices for the benefit of others.In addition to Derulo, the season features high-profile guest appearances from Alicia Keys, Lil Nas X, DJ Khaled and Ludacris, among others.
Will’s new series follows his HBO Max reunion with his Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air costars, which was released in November on the streaming service.Will’s new series follows his HBO Max reunion with his Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air costars, which was released in November on the streaming service.
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