2018 FIFA WC: Will Smith and other starts getting ready to rock the closing ceremony

XtraTime Web Desk: Hollywood star Will Smith is set to rock the closing ceremony of the World Cup at Moscow’s Luzniki Stadium on Sunday.

The USA based actor and rapper will sing this World Cup’s official anthem ‘ Live it Up’ and he will be accompanied by U.S. singer Nicky Jam and Kosovar singer and songwriter Era Istrefi.




Other details of the closing ceremony, which will take place before France take on Croatia in Sunday’s final, are a closely guarded secret – so we don’t know if he’ll reel off some of his well known hits.

Will is best know for the Fresh Prince of Bel Air as well as mega hits such as “Boom, Boom, Shake the Room” and “Wild, Wild West”.




Here’s hoping his appearance is less controversial that Robbie Williams’ opening ceremony stint.

He opened up the 2018 World Cup by swearing at the camera, with the singer flipped his middle finger at the camera while singing along to his hit Rock DJ.




Wearing a red leopard-print suit and with his grey hair slicked back into a quiff, Robbie gave a knowing look into the camera as he made the rude gesture.

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