Have Mercy! ‘Full House’ Stars John Stamos And Lori Loughlin Reunite on TikTok

Have Mercy! ‘Full House’ Stars John Stamos And Lori Loughlin Reunite on TikTok

Have mercy! Full House co-stars John Stamos and Lori Loughlin reunited for a sweet TikTok number that has fans in awe.

The TikTok shared by Stamos on Saturday (Nov. 18) features the actor dancing and singing along to Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers‘ “Islands in the Stream.” Loughlin dances in seconds after, initially surprising Stamos, who then dances along with her.

“How’d we do?” he captioned the clip.

Fans flooded the comments section, gushing over their reunion and how the two stars seemingly “don’t age.”

One wrote, “Wow. They both still look amazing!” Another wrote, “Get ’em Mr and Mrs Katsopolis,” referring to their characters on the hit family sitcom. One viewer said the video “warms their inner child,” and another deemed the clip their version of the “Roman empire.”

According to People, Stamos reflects on his relationship with Loughlin in his recently published memoir If You Would Have Told Me, which was, at one point, on the “precipice of turning romantic.” In his book, he explains that they had a “sort of true friendship that’s supposed to be the foundation of a great, lasting relationship”

In an interview with InStyle, he recalled taking Loughlin to the the 1994 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show afterparty as his date, although they were attending the event as friends. He ultimately met his ex-wife Rebecca Romijn that night, and had to choose between shooting his shot with Loughlin, or pursuing Romijn and remaining friends with the former.

“In my mind it was like … the two Sandys in Grease!” he shared.

Stamos has stuck by Loughlin through her involvement with the 2019 college admissions scandal, insisting to Dax Shepard on his Armchair Expert podcast that Loughlin “wasn’t really the architect of any of it,” per Parade.

“She was in the way background,” he said. “She didn’t know what was going on.”

Full House is streaming on Hulu and Max. Watch the TikTok above.

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