‘Full House’ cast back together again

(Courtesy: @loriloughlin)

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Many can probably all sing along to the theme song to the beloved 90s family sitcom “Full House” without having to bat an eye, and now we know the cast can, too. “Full House” fans got excited with a cast reunion.

Andrea Barber, also known as “Kimmy Gibbler,” posted a video on Instagram over the weekend of the gang back together again. You see her off toward the left in the video, singing with the crew during a birthday party for show creator Jeff Franklin, according to Entertainment Tonight. There were pictures of Lori Loughlin, also known as “Aunt Becky,” with Candace Cameron, who played “DJ,” and Jodie Sweetin, also known as “Stephanie Tanner.” The pictures post says it was looking like a “Full House” kind of night.

Loughlin also posed with her former on-screen hubby and ever-handsome John Stamos, who played “Uncle Jesse.” While the two were a happily married couple on television, Stamos has said it didn’t turn out that way off-camera, according to US Weekly. Stamos has said she was “the one that got away” and that they had great chemistry but really bad timing.

“And though this wasn’t an on-screen reunion, there’s still hope,” says ET. “Back in August, Stamos spearheaded a movement to get a revival going with Franklin.

And in case you need a refresher on the theme song, enjoy!

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