He’s the down-to-earth Hollywood A-lister who has sent his Aussie fans into a tailspin while visiting down under.
And Will Smith created one last ruckus before departing Melbourne International Airport, with the 49-year-old actor mobbed by excited fans and onlookers.
Making his way to the terminal, the Men In Black actor was his characteristically charming self, posing for selfies and signing autographs for fans, while preparing for his 14-hour flight back to LA.
Man in Black: Hollywood A-lister Will Smith, 49, created one last ruckus before departing Melbourne International Airport, with the actor happily posing for selfies and signing autographs with fans
The Oscar-nominated star cutting a relaxed figure, wearing a black-and-white tracksuit, which he paired with a hat emblazoned with a W logo and a pair of red-and-black Nike sneakers.
The Ali star completed the ‘off-duty’ look with a bit of facial scruff and a black backpack he wore on his shoulders.
The actor’s flight back to Tinseltown comes as he wraps-up his 10-day promotional tour for his new film Netflix film Bright, which saw him visit capitals Sydney and Melbourne, and take in a few rounds at the Australian Open.
Heading home: The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor cut a relaxed figure as he strolled to the terminal for his flight back to LA
The famed Fresh Prince of Bel-Air even striking up a bromance with Aussie tennis sensation Nick Kyrgios last Friday following his third round win – with Will even posting a selfie of the two.
‘This match last night was CRAZY!!’ actor Will captioned the snap.
It appeared Nick was a little starstruck himself, after his win over Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, the 22-year-old told the crowd of his affection for the star, even crediting him for the victory.
Perfect match: Will Smith shared a selfie with tennis ace Nick Kyrgios with his 5.4 million Instagram followers on Saturday morning
“People think I’m cool but I wanted him [Will] to think I was the coolest person ever,’ Nick revealed.
The father-of-two hasn’t been shy about sharing his down under experience, particularly with his more than five million followers on Instagram, even sharing a short clip of himself feeding a crocodile.
Filmed at Featherdale Wildlife Park, the actor started: ‘Welcome to the Will Smith first episode when dumb people get bit,’ he said into the camera, before adding, ‘We about to feed this crocodile, this feels stupid.’
‘I wanted him to think I was the coolest person ever’: Will was seen laughing after Nick gave him a compliment during his post-match interview, going as far as crediting the Hollywood actor for the win
Other posts saw him take in a traditional welcome to country ceremony and an upload of himself catching a boat to Sydney’s Bondi Beach.
While on the boat, he pretended to be a reporter for CNN, even dubbing himself ‘Chris Cuomo Smith’ – a reference to the star CNN reporter.
‘I’m taking repeated blows to my genitalia,’ he joked in the short clip.
Cultural experiences: It comes after the Hollywood star has had a full experience down under, even taking in a welcome to country ceremony with Aboriginal elders. The actor is pictured with Aunty Marg
Gushing: Nick was nervous to play with one of his favourite actors watching on
Down Under: The actor has been in the country for the past week, seen climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, visiting wildlife parks and and enjoying brunch in Bondi