‘Fuller House’ Taps Carly Rae Jepsen for Theme Song

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The actors and the sets won’t be the only familiar parts of the Netflix reboot “Fuller House.”

Singer Carly Rae Jepsen announced via Twitter that she has partnered with record producer Butch Walker for a new version of “Everywhere You Look,” the catchy, heart-warming theme song composed by Jesse Frederick and Bennett Salvay that was featured in the original ABC sitcom “Full House.”

Netflix confirmed the news by retweeting Jepsen’s announcement.

Jepsen added that her song won’t be available until the “Fuller House” episodes hit Netflix on Feb. 26. Last week, the digital cabler released the first teaser for the series (now it’s most viewed original trailer), using Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me.”

Jepsen is on a roll with nostalgia-tinged projects lately. She will also appear as Frenchy in Fox’s musical event, “Grease: Live.”

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  1. Jessica says:

    I’m 20 I definitely will watch it. Me and my parents loved it. I grew up watching it.

  2. Adam says:

    Is anyone going to be watching this show besides women over 40?

  3. hobnob says:

    its nice she’s getting these random jobs cause her music sure isnt selling.

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