It must is a very exciting time to be Jodie Sweetin. The Stephanie Tanner actress recently made her big return to the role in the new Netflix sequel series 'Fuller House.' Now, she is getting ready to make her 'Dancing with the Stars' debut in Season 22 of the hit dancing competition.
At this point it seems like fans of Dancing with the Stars have been told more about who won't be on Season 22 than who will. According to the latest gossip news updates, a very pregnant Allison Hooker recently announced that, like Julianne Hough, she too will not be able to be a part of the TV show's 2016 cast. Although she would like to get back in top fighting shape in time for the March 21, premiere date, Holker believes it's far more likely she'll be spending that day giving birth in a hospital delivery room. As sad as not being able to compete this year has Allison, she is said to be just as upset that Hough won't be judging in 2016, after doing such a great job last year.
She may not have exactly finished at the top of her class, but Candace Cameron Bure still has a bit of advice for her 'Fuller House' costar, Jodie Sweetin going into her season on 'Dancing with the Stars.' While the rest of the Season 22 cast has been kept hush-hush, Cameron has had no problem publicly discussing the pointers she's given her sitcom sister, presumably confirming that Sweetin is defiantly going to be a part of the show. According to the latest gossip news updates, 'Real Housewives of New Jersey's' Teresa Giudice turned down a chance to be a part of the 2016 season, despite the pile of cast the ABC has reportedly offered her to take the gig.
Earlier this week the internet went crazy when it was reported that just like her 'Fuller House' costar, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin would be joining ABC's hit series 'Dancing with the Stars.' According to the latest gossip news updates, after a lifetime of dancing as a hobby, Stephanie Tanner would be joining the celebrity roster when the show returns to the air in March. Unfortunately for her fans, however, the Netflix star put the kibosh on that story yesterday -- explaining that while Val and Maksim Chmerkovskiy make a guest appearance on her show's 2016 season, she would not be returning the favor.
It looks like Len Goodman was telling the truth a couple seasons ago when he promised that his leaving 'Dancing with the Stars' was going to be more of a hiatus than a retirement. According to the latest gossip news updates, the longtime ballroom dancer turned reality TV judge will be returning for Season 22 of ABC's hit celebrity dance completion. Despite the growing anticipation, the network has yet to announce the 2016 cast lineup, but that hasn't stopped former favorite Kirstie Alley from venturing a guess. In a recnet interview the renowned Scientologist suggested that her former 'Cheers' costar, Rita Perlman, would make the perfect new addition.