Fresh Prince of Bel Air star Alfonso Ribeiro performs 'The Carlton Dance' with Justin Timberlake on a golf course

Ribeiro and Timberlake were taking part in the American Century Championship in Lake Tahoe

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You would be forgiven for having all eyes on St Andrews this weekend as the world's best golfers duke it out to be crowned champion of The Open, but believe me, there's more golf to be watched.

Given most of Saturday’s action in Scotland was suspended, fans were eager to get their golfing fix for the day. It could be found across the pond in sunny Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada, where the annual American Century Championship was taking place with a field packed full of celebrities.

Two of those included Alfonso Ribeiro, better known as Carlton from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, and Justin Timberlake, better known as that bloke with the really high voice who sings in-between shooting Hollywood films.

 

Unfortunately for Ribeiro though, he was struggling and found himself down in 57th-place after the first two rounds. However, after missing the green on 17th hole, Ribeiro looked around for someone to console him.

Enter Timberlake.

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Alfonso Ribeiro tees up his shot at the 17th

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Ribeiro can't work out why he missed the green

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Riberio can't help but break into 'The Carlton Dance'

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And he's quickly joined by Timberlake

The former N-Sync star was in no mood to mope with Ribeiro though, and promptly encouraged him to break into ‘the Carlton dance’ to which he more than willingly obliged.

Watch the video below…

 

Timberlake was enjoying a better round than Ribeiro and teed off on Sunday in a lofty 31st place.

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