Things get uncomfortable when Will Smith meets Sophia the Robot for the first time.

For his rapidly growing channel, the Fresh Prince of Youtube decided to take the future of robotics on a date in the Cayman Islands.

For those who are unaware, Sophia is a humanoid robot built by Hanson Robotics that debuted in 2016. Her skin is surprisingly lifelike, using a material called “frubber” that lets her blink, move her mouth and turn her head (relatively) naturally. She has over 60 different facial expressions, and is now capable of putting everyones favorite actor into the friend zone.

"I've wanted to meet you for a really, really long time. And, you know, being here with you in the Cayman Islands, I gotta say is, uh, I'm feeling a little something," Smith tells Sophia, handing her a glass of white wine as he tries to shoot his shot.

She reacts with a wink and a smile.

Watch the hilariously awkward date in the video above.

Also, watch Will Smith celebrate 10 million Instagram followers with awesome recap video.

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