'Fuller House' Casts 'DWTS' Hotties as Love Interests

There are going to be some sizzling romances on the spin-off.

'Fuller House' Casts 'DWTS' Hotties as Love Interests
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The Tanner sisters are definitely living it up on Fuller House.

According to E! News, D.J. and Stephanie will be romanced by a couple of Dancing with the Stars hotties in the forthcoming season of the Netflix series. Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Val Chmerkovskiy will guest star opposite Jodie Sweetin and Candance Cameron Bure for a sexy storyline that will surely get fans excited. Unfortunately, the Chmerkovskiy brothers will only appear on one episode, but it's probably going to be a memorable one.

“It’s really cute,” a source told US Weekly. “Maks and Val play dancers and dance with sisters DJ and Stephanie in a club.”

Bure competed on DWTS in 2014 with pro-dancer Mark Ballas, and made it all the way to the final three. Her time on the reality show is probably how this fortuitous love square came to fruition. Last August, Bure posted an Instagram video with Val, and the two recreated the infamous lift from Dirty Dancing. At the time, many fans believed that it was for a DWTS all-star episode, but perhaps it was a rehearsal for Fuller House.

When @iamvalc helps you fly 😎

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In the new series, D.J. is widowed and receiving help from Stephanie and Kimmy— Andrea Barber is reprising her role—to help raise her children. Sounds familiar, right? Looks like D.J. is the new Danny Tanner. Scott Weinger, who portrays the beloved Steve Hale, has been spotted on set, so maybe the high school sweethearts will finally reunite? Apart from the Olsen twins, the rest of the Full House cast is slated to appear on the spin-off, which will definitely amplify your '90s nostalgia to the max.

Fuller House will have 13 episodes and will premiere on Neftflix in 2016. Are you already bursting with excitement?

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