"I guess we’re going to talk to the creators and see what’s happening," she said."I ran into Bob [Saget] the other day and we didn’t even talk about it," Ashley added.To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s App Choices app here.
Ashley’s patchwork silk moire caftan looked plucked from his ’70s archives, while Mary-Kate’s look involved a vintage Rabanne chain mail–detail tunic over her own black The Row dress.
Styled with big, beaded necklaces, jeweled headbands, and loose waves, the vibe was Renaissance-meets-rad—and might just inspire Rabanne’s current designer, Julien Dossena, to revisit the house’s more bohemian roots." data-reactid="32"Our expectations were particularly high for last night’s “Heavenly Bodies” red carpet, given each sister’s proclivity for monastic silhouettes and rich fabrics.
When Stamos announced his plans to revive "Full House" on Netflix back in April, it was reported that Olsen twins would not be part of the project. How could there be a Tanner family reunion on "Fuller House" without Michelle? And with every answer came new speculation: did Uncle Jesse and Michelle have major beef IRL?
Since then, the Internet has been nothing but a constant stream of back-and-forth between Stamos and, well, mostly Stamos.
April 28, 2015: "Full House" fans breathed a sigh of relief when Stamos tweeted that he and Mary-Kate had a "sweet talk" in the wake of his "bulls--t" claims.
The Internet started speculating that this meant Mary-Kate would appear on "Fuller House" as Michelle.I appreciate their support and good wishes towards 'Fuller House.'" May 23, 2015: Less than 24 hours after Boyett's statement was released, Stamos tweeted that he was "heartbroken." Which, given the timing of the sentiment was an obvious response to the Olsen twins' decision to pass on the project.He followed the ~emotional~ tweet with another note. Each year, they happily resist anything trendy, scandalous, or even new, for that matter, almost exclusively opting for one-off vintage finds.Their outfits provide a welcome break from look-at-me naked dresses and other publicity stunts, but for serious fashion fans, what they wear is also like a game of trivia."Although Ashley and Mary-Kate will not be a part of 'Fuller House,' I know how much 'Full House' has meant to them and they are still very much considered family," he said.