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If anyone can revive the "Whip/Nae Nae" dance craze, it may be three "Full House" actresses who are helping reboot the TV series that hasn't aired a new episode since 1995.
The trend of posting videos of people dancing to Silentó's hit "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)" peaked months ago, but Candace Cameron Bure (who plays D.J.), Jodie Sweetin (D.J.'s sister, Stephanie) and Andrea Barber (their friend Kimmy Gibbler) rock some short-term nostalgia and light choreography in a 31-second video released Monday.
Silentó's declaration of "You already know who it is!" proves to be a fitting introduction, as "Full House" fans are well aware of the three characters, who, this February on Netflix, will team up on "Fuller House" to raise D.J.'s three children in the Tanners' childhood home.
In the new video, Cameron Bure and Sweetin are in sync with their moves, while Barber, true to her quirky character, does things her own way. All three seem to enjoy miming the refrain of "Watch me," which doubles as a not-so-subtle plea from Netflix to tune in when all "Fuller House" episodes are released on the streaming service Feb. 26.
Most of the original "Full House" cast — including Bob Saget (D.J. and Stephanie's dad, Danny), John Stamos (Uncle Jesse) and Dave Coulier (Uncle Joey) — will join the actresses for the February homecoming. Only time will tell if a follow-up video will show off that male trio's dance moves.
The mini dance party is the second official "Fuller House" video posted to YouTube since Thursday, when the arrival of a one-minute teaser instantly trended on Twitter.
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