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John Stamos confirms a Full House reunion!

John Stamos confirmed on Jimmy Kimmel’s talk show that there is a one-hour Full House reunion coming our way, as well as 12 episodes of the so-called Fuller House spin-off.

John, who played Uncle Jesse, added that Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner), Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler), and Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner) have already signed on for the reunion as well.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who split the role of little Michelle Tanner on the show haven’t confirmed that they are returning but told Women’s Wear Daily, “We just found out about it today. I guess we’re going to talk to the creators and see what’s happening.”

The Full House Cast


Image Credit: Us Weekly

Candace, who played D.J Tanner told US Weekly what is coming up for her character in the return of the show.

“The premise is that D.J. — she was married, she’s widowed now — but she has two boys that are 12 and 7,” she explained. “She’s pregnant with her third [and] her husband passed away, just like the original show — the mom passed away. So she needs help so she asks her sister and her best friend, Kimmy and Stephanie, to come help her raise her boys.”

“I’m extremely excited,” she added. “This is something we’ve all been working on for quite a while. I know the fans really want it. So we’re excited to give them a great new show.”

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Jess Harris

Jess Harris

Hi, I’m Jess. Mum of 3 kids, happy wife and self-confessed gossip queen. I have a background in media and this is where my love of all things celeb began. Being a mother myself I understand we don’t always have time to sit down, have a cuppa and catch up on the latest breaking gossip stories – this is where I come in!

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