On Hollywood Darlings, Christine Lakin was about to have a rack attack when she was asked to sheath the nipple. While nursing her child in a cafe with her buddies Jodie Sweetin and Beverley Mitchell, a barista asked her to stop “slipping a nip.” She refused, instead going on a tirade: “‘Anybody want some cream in their coffee?’ That’s what I thought. When her friend from Full House, Jodie Sweetin, videotaped the great mammary calamity rant, it became a viral hit and she was contacted by the Bureau of Organized Breastfeeding, also known as BOOB.
Jodie Sweetin puts Stephanie Tanner's beloved Mr. Bear from "Full House" on the auction block, rationalizing it by saying, "I love the bear, but f*** it, Mama needs a vacation."
Iconic boy band New Kids on the Block (minus an original member or two) makes a much-anticipated cameo on Netflix’s Fuller House, whose new season premieres today.
If you were a child who grew up in the ’90s, then you probably know all about Full House: the ABC sitcom that introduced us to the Olsen twins and gave our generation silly catchphrases and ridiculous storylines that would make anybody say, “No way, Jose!”
Any die-hard Full House fans hoping for a Michelle Tanner appearance on Fuller House are in for a big disappointment. In separate interviews, stars Jodie Sweetin and John Stamos have all but said it’s not going to happen. Season 2 will be chock full of guest stars, like the original boy band New Kids on the Block. All of the original members will play themselves for an episode in which Stephanie attempts to get them to perform at a birthday party for her sister D.J., played by Candace Cameron Bure.
Unlike the old-timers, who were content to shower themselves in perfect scores along with the sweat/lifeblood of Our Pros, guest judge America wasn’t willing to rest on the tendrils of its barely-there grass skirt. Viewers ended up scoring a measly 9 to all three Round 2 dances, even Carrie Ann’s exploration of fabricated nudity disguised as a paso doble. At least the Team Up Challenge delivered a new signature scent for Dancing With the Stars: strong floral tones, hints of Earl Grey, and a near-intoxicating cloud of spray tan molecules wafting up from his formerly white bare feet: Ladies and gentlemen, presenting head judge Grumpy Len Goodman like you’ve never seen him before.
Wanya Morris of Boyz II Men was so excited for The Lion King that he recreated the iconic shot of Mufasa holding Simba on a cliff but he was holding up a disco ball on top of the DWTS rehearsal studio. He and his partner, Lindsay Arnold, dressed in lion outfits and danced to “Circle of Life.” Super Bowl MVP Von Miller and his partner Witney Carson danced to “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes” from Cinderella.
Ever since Fuller House returned to Netflix, there has been some serious Full House nostalgia everywhere you look. While we were excited to see them come back, we couldn’t help but wonder what happened to the rest of their former flames — and why aren’t they on Fuller House yet?
On Monday’s "Dancing With the Stars," Jodie Sweetin, of "Full House" fame, turned her personal struggles into an inspiring dance routine.
God save the king of quiet disdain! Dancing With the Stars’s masterful head judge Grumpy Len Goodman is back in his rightful throne at the center of the alternate universe to do what he does best: offer no-nonsense ballroom critiques, rest his eyes at will, and above all, hold his fellow can’t-sit-still judges in unadulterated contempt. “He’s gone J. Lo on me!” cried Bruno after Len pulled one of his “diva tantrums” — but to be fair, Bruno had no right to steal Len’s cushion just because Bruno needed a last-minute butt lift. Nyle DiMarco and Peta Murgatroyd: 23/30 The deaf winner of America’s Next Top Model has been upgraded to “supermodel” for the purposes of Dancing With the Stars.
Jodie Sweetin is one of the 12 celebrity contestants on Dancing With the Stars, and Stephanie Tanner is ready! But will the 34-year-old Fuller House actress be bringing back any of her classic dance routines as seen on the hit TV sitcom? Watch the video above to hear what advice her Fuller House co-star, Candace Cameron, gave her.
Jodie Sweetin is one of the 12 celebrity contestants on Dancing With the Stars this season. So if you’re an avid fan of Full House and Fuller House, you already know that she’s had a lifetime of preparation for the competition.
Candace Cameron Bure, Andrea Barber and Jodie Sweetin were on Ellen Tuesday and premiered a new Fuller House trailer. The Full House revival comes to Netflix on February 26. The trailer showed what awaiting audiences have been teased with for weeks - much of the original cast is returning to their roles and that it focuses on Cameron Bure’s character DJ and her trying to raise her children with the help of her sister Stephanie and best friend Kimmy.
It’s that time of year — when a ton of people get engaged. (Photo: Getty Images)