ENTERTAINMENT

Carly Rae Jepsen Redid The 'Full House' Theme Song For Netflix Reboot

Good job, "Fuller House."

ALERT: Carly Rae Jepsen recorded a new version of the "Full House" theme song for upcoming Netflix reboot "Fuller House." 

The singer revealed the news in a tweet Wednesday night, which official accounts for Netflix and "Fuller House" have since retweeted.

For those who spent their childhoods in some kind of TV-less pit, the iconic "Full House" theme song is "Everywhere You Look," which Jesse Frederick performed. Potentially the only way to make the song catchier is to hand it to the person responsible for arguably the catchiest song of all time, "Call Me Maybe." So, nice one, Netflix.

"Fuller House" promotion set the internet ablaze in recent weeks, as the February release date approaches. The first teaser, released this month, gave viewers a glimpse back into the Tanners' home (and broke the record for most-viewed trailer on YouTube.) Since then, the show released a clip featuring Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber --  aka DJ, Stephanie, and Kimmy -- dancing to Silentó's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)." 

Honestly have no idea what this show is going to be.

Also on HuffPost: 

PHOTO GALLERY
Child Stars: Then And Now
CONVERSATIONS