While we’re still disappointed that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, 28, will not be reprising their role as Michelle Tanner in Netflix’s Full House spin-off, Fuller House, it seems like John Stamos, 51, is literally heartbroken over the news, too. However, the actor also seemingly dissed the Olsen twins for not returning, by retweeting a tweet which says they wouldn’t have a career if not for Full House!
And the plot thickens! When Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen finally broke their silence about the Fuller House spinoff, saying they weren’t even called, John Stamos called “bullsh-t” on the whole thing. However, just two days later it sounds like he made up with the twins!
John Stamos wants to make it clear that he reached out to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen about joining the Full House spinoff series, Fuller House. When John broke the news that the revival was officially happening, the question of which cast members of the original series would and wouldn’t be returning quickly ran through everyone’s minds. After conflicting reports about their involvement, Mary-Kate and Ashley claimed that John had not actually reached out to them in the first place. Well, on April 26, John took to his Twitter to set the record straight!
Netflix, we thank you. The streaming service has ordered a 13-episode Full House spinoff series that is expected to premiere in 2016. John Stamos, 51, confirmed the Fuller House rumor on Jimmy Kimmel Live April 20, and even dished on some plot details. Get the scoop!
Galavant hits the silver screen on Sunday, Jan. 4 for it’s four-week run and let’s just say, get your tissues ready because you may cry from laughing in this musical mini-series. Just from this one clip, we meet the egotistical, yet very handsome Prince Galavant, played by Joshua Sasse, as well as the woman who is pretending to help him. Watch!
John Stamos, 51, and his perfect hair, surprised a number of lucky shoppers at JCPenny, when he showed up in a bearded disguise, ready to pay for some of their holiday gifts!
You swooned over them, you posted their pictures on your bedroom wall, and most importantly, you made sure to always watch them live — you know, because DVR didn’t exist back then. They were the finest gentlemen of ’90s television, and now, HollywoodLife.com is giving them the tribute they deserve.