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'Full House' to return -- but will Olsen twins?

It's official: 'Fuller House' coming to Netflix

After months of speculation, John Stamos made it official on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Monday night: "Full House" is returning. The sequel to the popular sitcom, which was a staple of television from 1987 to 1995, will be called "Fuller House" and will center on daughter D.J. Tanner (played by Candace Cameron-Bure), her kids, her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber). Stamos, a.k.a. Uncle Jesse, will produce and guest star on the Netflix series, scheduled for release in 2016. Discussions with some other former cast members — Bob Saget, Dave Coulier, Lori Loughlin and Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen — are underway.  Getting the Olsen twins would be a huge — and unlikely — coup. The pair, who shared the role of little Michelle Tanner, are the successful fashion designers behind the Row and Elizabeth & James.  [E!]

Frederick's of Hollywood, purveyor of slightly naughty lingerie since the 1940s, has filed for bankruptcy protection and closed all its bricks-and-mortar stores in favor of an online business model. [Los Angeles Times]

Fashion designer Giorgio Armani has advice for gay men: Don't "dress homosexual."  "A homosexual man is a man 100%. He does not need to dress homosexual," Armani said. He's also not a fan of cosmetic surgery (including breast implants) for women. [Telegraph]

In honor of Earth Day on Wednesday,  L.A.-based Reformation clothing company plans to launch what it has named "the Low Carb Collection," a dozen styles produced with minimal carbon-dioxide emissions. [Los Angeles Times] 

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