Details are fuzzy, but it sounds like we might be seeing the Tanners together again — and there’s a ‘twist!’
Do you miss your familiar friends, waiting just around the bend? Well, it sounds like you might not have to wait too long to see them again, because a Full House sequel (of sorts) is in the works! During an epic appearance on Watch What Happens Live, John Stamos confirmed that the wheels have been set in motion.
Watch the men of the Tanner household sing Jimmy to sleep! (And no, there’s nothing weird about that.)
Everywhere you look… it’s a reunion! No, seriously, the main men of ABC’s iconic ’90s sitcom Full House — I’m talking, of course, about John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier — have been getting back together left and right in 2014, beginning with their much-hyped Super Bowl commercial for Oikos yogurt. But their latest reunion on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon was easily their best one yet.
Although they don’t know about her troubled past, Jodie’s two girls will be well-informed, if they choose to ask.
Jodie Sweetin struggled with drug and alcohol addiction on and off for over a decade, but now that she is fully recovered and the mother to two beautiful girls, Zoie, 3, and Beatrix, 8 months, she wants to focus on her future.
The Full House darling admits that she used to binge and purge. “I was comforting myself with food,” says Candace.
Growing up on a hit sitcom wasn’t easy for Candice Cameron Bure, who landed the role of D.J. Tanner on Full House at the age of 11. By the time she turned 16, she couldn’t stand watching herself on the show. “I just saw the fullness in my face and I didn’t like what I saw,” the now 34-year-old tells People magazine. She began hiding her body under baggy, long shirts, which were trendy during the early ’90s. “I felt crummy,” she admits. But by the time she turned 20, Candace found herself newly married to hockey player Valeri Bure and living away from her family in Montreal, Canada. It was there she developed an eating disorder.
We can’t help but wonder if Mary-Kate and Ashley have turned their backs on their Full House family.
It’s been 15 years since Full House ended, but Candace Cameron Bure tells HollywoodLife.com that she still stays in touch with her old castmates, with one notable exception — Candace, who played the oldest Tanner child, D.J., doesn’t talk to Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who played her little sister, Michelle.
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Watch our exclusive video to see Lori Loughlin (that’s Aunt Becky to all you non-FH fans) dish about a possible reunion, who she’s closest to from the cast — and why she loves the Olsen twins’ clothing lines!
Remember when Friday was the best night on TV? We’d curl up with hot cocoa (or Coca-Cola – these are our pre-drinking days, by the way) and watch endless hours of televised goodness on ABC’s TGIF (Thank Goodness It’s Friday) including our favorite sitcom, Full House. Given how much we love that particular ‘90s show, we’d be super-psyched if a FH reunion episode was in the works! But will it happen? When HollywoodLife.com caught up with former Full House star Lori Loughlin (who now stars on the CW’s 90210 remake), we got the scoop about a possible reunion!
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Read these exclusive details from HollywoodLife.com about Kate Gosselin’s Dancing With The Stars rehearsal during her visit at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons hotel!
Kate Gosselin we knew you were hiding something! It’s being reported you’ll be announced Mar. 1 as one of the contestants for the tenth season of ABC’s hit show Dancing with the Stars! HollywoodLife.com has learned exclusively Kate was milling in and out of the famous Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons’ ballroom located on the Lobby level in the building opposite the main hotel around 3 p.m. Feb. 27.Get more on Kate’s new stint here…
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