Coco Jones has been eating everything up on-screen in her portrayal of the new Hilary Banks since the premiere of Bel-Air, the dramatic reimagining of the beloved 90’s sitcom The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air. You can catch Coco in character rocking eye-catching fits, glam accessories and flawless tresses. Sis is stepping on necks in the role, but the former Disney star is a woman of many talents. Not only is she staking her claim with her acting chops, but Coco came through and set a new standard with a dazzling presentation of her new single "Caliber" on her “bestie for the restie” Terrell Grice’s The TERRELL Show.
Coco was invited back to The TERRELL Show for her second appearance after her widely popular first time on the show in 2020. After that appearance, Jones and Grice soon found out they were a match made in heaven and have been inseparable ever since. Terrell was wowed after she belted out a rendition of "The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow." They found a shared bond over ramen and crab legs and cut up over Coco’s various hilarious accents and animated storytelling.
After Terrell was blown away by Coco’s talent and charisma, he could not let it go to waste and shortly after created a spin-off of The TERRELL Show entitled T And Coco, where the dynamic duo comically guide each other through recipes as they find their way around the kitchen together. These hilarious videos, several of which went viral, helped to revive her career. You can always count on Terrell and Coco for a good time, and this time her appearance on the show was no different and kicked up several notches. The multi-faceted songstress officially raised the bar with her debut live performance of "Caliber."
For the performance, Coco wore a red-hot jumpsuit, with a fur stole, long red gloves and dangling red earrings to match. Her hair was laid in a sleek, side ponytail and her gorgeous face had a full beat. She opened with a soulful cover of PARTYNEXTDOOR’s "Come And See Me," a nod to her treasured rendition from the first time she was on The TERRELL Show. The melanin-rich diva brilliantly found a way to weave the song into the intro for "Caliber."
Coco not only reminded us that she's got vocals during the intro, but she let it be known that she is grown and far from Disney with her sensual stage presence. Flanked by two background dancers, she gave full choreography during the act. It wasn't long before the illustrious singer made viewers aware of her je ne sais quoi as she incorporated a little jazz and scatting midway through the performance. She mesmerized with her stage presence and showed how truly dynamic an entertainer she is. We almost forgot all about Hilary Banks because Coco Jones has arrived. She is the moment!
The performance came ahead of her interview with Terrell where the pair shared side-splitting laughs and hilarious jokes during his song association game. At one point, Coco got transparent and talked tenderly about how she was close to giving up on all her dreams after belting out her rendition of "Thirsty" by Marvin Sapp, once again impressing Terrell after he thought he knew everything there was to know about her. She shared that the song was important to her during a time when she was desperate for opportunities after being dropped from her first label but expressed extreme gratitude for everyone who helped push her forward after she made the active decision not to give up on herself.
We're glad that Coco Jones didn't give up on her dreams, too. Now she is signed to Def Jam Recordings’ High Standardz imprint, and "Caliber" is the first single from her predicted EP, rumored to drop later this year. Show love to the down-to-earth darling and captivating personality by pressing play on her performance and appearance on The TERRELL Show below.