Jodie Sweetin isn't ready to leave the cameras just yet.
Sweetin, who's starring in Netflix's Full House revival Fuller House, has just announced that she'll appear on Season 22 of Dancing With the Stars. According to Variety, Sweetin's dance professional partner will be Keo Motsepe.
The announcement comes on a day of good news for Sweetin; Fuller House was also renewed for Season 2. Her character, sister Stephanie Tanner, will return to the series.
FINALLY!!! I can share the fantastic news that I'll be joining DWTS @dancingabc season!! Can't wait!! The big announcement was on @goodmorningamerica this morning!! I have the amazing @keo_motsepe as my partner on this wild ride!! #teamkeoandjodie #dwts #season22 Dress- @kevanhalldesigns Jewelry & Shoes- @gwtcorpferi Handbag- @nicolasfelizola hair @brianmagallones makeup @janicekinjo stylist @shannonmcclure68
Sweetin shared the news on Good Morning America, saying, "I would have loved to have done [DWTS] 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 continued, "I've always loved to dance. 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 OK."
Her TV sister, Candace Cameron Bure, appeared on DWTS Season 18, coming in third after Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy in first and Amy Purdy and Derek Hough in second. Val Chmerkovskiy, a DWTS dance coach, also cameoed on an episode of Fuller House. It looks like Sweetin will have plenty of support to draw from — now how far will she take it?
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