Carly Rae Jepsen’s Cover of the ‘Full House’ Song Will Be Stuck in Your Head Forever

Carly Rae Jepsen just reworked the original “Full House” theme song for the soon-to-be-released Netflix revival series, “Fuller House.”

Carly takes a writing credit on the song, but it sounds to me like a straight-up cover of the original with little to nothing added. Props to you, Carly, for leaning in and getting that writing credit. The ex-Justin Bieber protégé now writes songs for Sky Ferreira and serves as a muse for esteemed musicians like Theophilus London and Blood Orange. Her new song “Run Away With Me” gets better every time I listen to it. Most shocking of all? I recently learned that the baby-faced singer is thirty friggin’ years old. 

So maybe she felt inclined to revamp Jesse Frederick’s “Everywhere You Look,” because Full House reminds her of her golden tween years, like, 100 years ago.

“Fuller House” stars a bunch of original cast and crew members: John Stamos, Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, and Lori Loughlin join the shows’ creator Jeff Franklin for at least a few episodes in the 13-episode series. Sadly, critics don’t seem sold on the remake. 

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen—who’ve seriously grown up to become some really weird, yet also surprisingly successful human beings— will not be revisiting their shared role as Michelle, the lovable youngest member of the Tanner family.


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