John Stamos Posts Video for ‘Those Who Need a Smile’ Amid Lori Loughlin’s Uncertain Fuller House Future

John Stamos is trying to make people smile during a troubling time for his longtime costar Lori Loughlin.

On Thursday, the actor, best known for his role as Jesse Katsopolis on the sitcom Full House, posted an adorable video of his almost 1-year-old son Billy. In the sweet clip, Stamos, 55, made funny noises with his mouth, while Billy, who was being held by his dad, had trouble containing his contagious laughter.

“The funniest things make you laugh,” Stamos said to the camera. “Watch, I’ve got something caught in my teeth.”

He then made the first noise, which caused Billy — whom Stamos shares with wife Caitlin McHugh — to erupt into hysterical laughter. “Why is that so funny?” Stamos asked as he continued to joke around with his little boy and make him laugh.

“That’s not even a fake laugh!” Stamos said. “You just like laughing, don’t you?”

The actor captioned the adorable video, “For those of us who just need a good smile right now. xo” — a nod to Loughlin’s alleged involvement with a college admissions cheating scam.

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For those of us who just need a good smile right now. xo

A post shared by John Stamos (@johnstamos) on Mar 14, 2019 at 7:05pm PDT


Though Loughlin has deleted her social media accounts in the wake of the alleged scandal, the cute video caught the attention of Stamos’ other Full House costar Candace Cameron Bure.

Bure, who played Donna Jo (DJ) Tanner on the series, commented on the post with, “I definitely needed this right now.”

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Bure and Stamos starred on the show together for eight years, from 1987-1995. Loughlin, who played Rebecca Donaldson Katsopolis, joined the cast in 1988 and remained as a series regular until the show went off the air.

All three stars have reprised their roles during the sitcom’s reboot on Netflix, Fuller House.

Though it was announced in January that Fuller House would return for a fifth and final season this fall, Loughlin’s involvement with the show’s future is currently up in the air.

RELATED: Fuller House Ending After Season 5: ‘We’re Saving the Best for Last’

According to Deadline, the actress will reportedly not be invited back for the last season following her indictment and arrest for her alleged involvement with the college fraud scandal.

Netflix had no comment when asked by PEOPLE about Loughlin’s future on Fuller House. A representative for Loughlin did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

If the report is true, this will not be the first project to drop Loughlin in the wake of the alleged scandal.

Earlier on Thursday, Loughlin was dropped from all Hallmark Channel productions, with the network telling PEOPLE in a statement, “We are saddened by the recent news surrounding the college admissions allegations.”

“We are no longer working with Lori Loughlin and have stopped development …read more

Source:: People


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