Lori Loughlin Reveals the Truth About Those Never-Ending Full House Rumors

"The truth is no one has contacted me," the actress told E! News

By Alyssa Toomey Oct 07, 2014 1:00 PMTags
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Everywhere you look...there's a new rumor in regard to the reported Full House revival—but Lori Loughlin is determined to set the record straight. 

E! News caught up with the 50-year-old beauty at Michael Kors' special dinner celebrating the launch of Claiborne Swanson Frank's new book Young Hollywood in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Thursday where she dished on the never-ending reports claiming Danny Tanner's TV family is planning to reunite on the small screen. 

"The truth is no one has contacted me," Loughlin, who starred on the hit ABC sitcom from 1988 to 1995, revealed. "I have not been called. So if there's something going on, I don't know." 

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In August, TV Guide reported that a Full House revival is in the works with much of the original cast set to return in some capacity. John Stamos (Uncle Jesse) is reportedly spearheading the idea as he has an ownership stake in the show, while Candace Cameron Bure, who played oldest daughter D.J. Tanner, Jodie Sweetin, aka Stephanie Tanner, and Andrea Barber, who played Kimmy Gibler, DJ's best friend, have all been named as returning cast members. Bob Saget (Danny Tanner) and Dave Coulier (Joey Gladstone) are also said to be involved, although Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (Michelle Tanner) and Loughlin (Aunt Becky) are noticeably absent from the list. 

"Maybe there might be something going on with Candace and the younger [girls]. I don't really know," Loughlin continued, proving she's clearly in the dark when it comes to any potential revival. "I don't know that it's necessarily the entire cast that is invited to come back. I'm not sure. I really am not sure." 

While Loughlin couldn't shed any light on the endless rumors, the mother of two did echo her previous comments to E! News when she said she prefers "not do reunion shows." 

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"I think it all depends on what it is," she said. "Sometimes I feel like those things are better left the way they were. But I mean obviously, if it's a good project." 

Loughlin also acknowledged that it may have been her former co-star Candace Cameron Bure who reignited the reunion rumors as many of the cast members showed their support for the actress when she recently appeared on season 18 of Dancing With the Stars

Regardless, we'll be busy watching those Full House reruns until the highly-anticipated revival comes to fruition. 

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