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By James Desborough​


John Stamos has a full house, literally.

The actor, famous​ ​for playing Jesse in the hit sitcom Full House, has a lot of the original set from the show downstairs in the basement of his Los Angeles home, Dish Nation has exclusively learned.

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We caught up with star Lori Loughlin recently at the Alliance for Women in Media’s​ ​40th Anniversary of The Gracies Awards at The Beverly Hilton​ and when we asked what memorabilia she still has from the show, she let slip that John swiped it all!

“John took everything. He has it downstairs in a room. I was there one time, and I was like, ‘You were the one that took everything,'” she laughed.

“If you know John, he’s so sentimental. It makes perfect sense.”

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Confirming the Fuller House spin off on Netflix, Lori gave a glimpse into what viewers can expect.

“I think you can definitely expect Fuller House on Netflix, which is a spin-off of Full House starring Candace Cameron, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber,” she said.

And the Full House reunion?

“I think also they’re trying to put together one episode, a reunion piece, to jump-start Fuller House,” Lori revealed.

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In recent weeks twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen claimed they knew nothing of the project, while others have said they have been contacted.

Lori kept Dish guessing only saying, “Well, yeah… We’ll see what happens.”

Tracee Ellis Ross hosted the gala, which also celebrated the organization’s 40 years of achievements.

​Highlights of the evening included Cicely Tyson ma​king an impassioned acceptance speech about the gender disparity that continues in the entertainment industry today.

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“Women have and continue to struggle to climb from the bottom of the ladder, but it is with the utmost determination that we reach for that next rung no matter how difficult the challenge,” she said.

Hoda Kotb played a duet performed by Sara Bareilles and Cyndi Lauper, that she facilitated, to serve as an anthem for children with cancer.

​And Ewan McGregor presented Maggie Gyllenhaal with an honoree award, who gave a motivational acceptance speech about the importance of self-appreciation.

“It’s really hard even being yourself, but that’s what makes you beautiful,” she said.

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