“Fuller House” star Jodie Sweetin has revealed that she is the first cast member to join “Dancing With the Stars” Season 22. Sweetin made the announcement on “Good Morning America” on Wednesday, the same day that Netflix renewed “Fuller House,” her long-awaited “Full House” sequel series, for Season 2.
Bure came in third on “DWTS” — can Sweetin do better?
The rest of the “DWTS” Season 22 cast will be revealed on “GMA” next week. I can share the fantastic news that I'll be joining DWTS @dancingabc season!! The big announcement was on @goodmorningamerica this morning!!
She has been a professional since 2012 and this Dayton, Oregon, native currently competes in the strawweight division.
I did lie about that one part, and I take responsibility. I made a very big mistake, and it's something that I learned from and I know that will never happen again,' he said.
She's not the only TV star to join, as 'Taxi' actress Marilu Henner and former child actor Jake T.
Austin, who is known for his role as on the Disney Channel series Wizards of Waverly Place, will be competing too.
fans are very excited about this partnership and think that this could be a pair to keep an eye on this spring.
“I would have loved to have done it in the past but it was a huge scheduling conflict with ‘Fuller House’ at the time so I wasn’t able to do it, but I’m a huge fan of the show,” she said on “GMA.” Sweetin already had a chance to test the waters by dancing with “DWTS” pro Val Chmerkovskiy on “Fuller House,” an experience that she said “definitely helped set things up” for her to join the competition. Stephanie was a dancer on the show growing up; I danced growing up, not as much as I would have liked to.
I definitely don’t call myself a professional but I have some moves, I have some rhythm so I’ll be okay.” Her “Fuller House” castmate, Candace Cameron Bure, previously competed on the ABC dance series in Season 18, where she was partnered with Mark Ballas.