Lori Loughlin doesn't even know if she is going to be in on the new Full House spin-off, Fuller House. But the show has raised so much speculation lately that everyone seems to be grabbing for every little piece of speculative news they can get about it.
Lori Laughlin did reveal that the new Fuller House is a new take on the old idea. In the original, three men raised girls in one house. Lori Laughlin revealed that the new show reverses that.
"They have been working on this for a while. It’s originally a spin-off idea for Candace Cameron, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber. Three girls move into a house to raise DJ’s three boys, so it’s a flip on the original series…I think we would all like to come back if the powers that be are fair to all of us.”
What the public seems to want is for this setting to be a great reason to bring back as many of the original cast members as possible. Lori Laughlin is fine with that.
“Everyone is talking and trying to make that happen, and I think that it will happen. I’m really optimistic, and it would be great to be back together again. I think for the fans it would be nice if we were all together and for us too. We all love each other. We always got along really well. We had a good time making the show.”
But would that mean that Lori Laughlin and John Stamos would be a couple on the new show? Lori says even her own husband thinks that's a winner.
"My husband [Mossimo Giannulli] loves John. He says, 'I get it. I think you should be with John too!' He's a very good sport about it."
If the Olsen Twins are not on board for the new show, especially since they haven't acted in almost five years, who could fin for them. Lori Laughlin has an idea on that, too.
"I couldn't pick anyone — maybe their younger sister Lizzie! That would be fun right? She would take over the role," Lorui Loughlin told Us Magazine. "They are all beautiful. They have good genes!"