VIRAL VIDEO – Will Smith Climbs World’s Tallest Building

Will Smith has been taking over the internet for quite some time now. The multi-talented star has done it once again, and this time he is back with some mid-week motivation! 

Hollywood singer and actor recently stumped the world as he ticked off yet another milestone in the bucket list by scaling the world’s tallest building, ‘The Burj Khalifa’ in Dubai.

Smith, who is will be seen in his new YouTube series ‘Best Shape of My Life’,  documented his weight loss journey. The actor reportedly used the tower’s 2,909 stairs to complete a cardio workout, finishing off with a climb to the top of the iconic building’s spire.

The 53-year-old actor documented his latest achievement and shared it on Youtube with his fans as a part of his ‘The Best Shape Of My Life’ series.

In the video, Will got sweaty and tired as he forged ahead. When he finally got to the 160th floor, he realised there was more he could accomplish.

Strapped into a harness and a helmet, the ‘I Am Legend’ actor climbed a ladder to enter the spire, the ‘individual highest point that a human being can be in a man-made structure on Earth.’

In the video, Smith can be seen climbing over 2,000 stairs and he later stands outside ‘The Burj Khalifa’ as he tells his fans what he is about to do. 

The ‘I Am Legend’ actor even shared a short clip on his official Instagram handle which featured him climbing the stairway to the top of the skyscraper as his legs almost start to give up.

The latest video is shared as ‘Men in Black’ star has been pretty vocal about being healthy and fit and had earlier slammed body shamers by sharing a body positive post with a picture of himself flaunting the ‘best shape of his life’.

Image source: Instagram/ Will Smith

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