The sisters that whip together stay together.
In the new promo for "Fuller House," Netlifx's spinoff of the beloved '90s sitcom "Full House," the Tanner sisters, and honorary family member Kimmy Gibbler, show off their best moves for the camera.
Dancing to Silentó's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)," Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber perform 2015's most famous choreography to remind viewers that "Full House" is all about fun.
The clip teases, "Guess who's back? Party's at our house!"
Can you imagine if the Olsen twins had agreed to participate in the spinoff? Somehow we can't imagine Mary-Kate and Ashley whipping and nae-nae-ing with their co-stars, though we'd love to see them try.
Bure reposted a video from the "Fuller House" wrap party back in November of herself and co-star Sweetin dancing to the ubiquitous hit.
"I should never attempt any dance next to @jodiesweetin," she captioned the video. "She can bust a move, that girl's got soul. I'll now return to my children making fun of my dancing 😁 and rightly so."
She also shared this nostalgia-filled photo, standing in front of the iconic Tanner family house on Friday.
Netflix released the first look and launch date for "Fuller House" last week in a trailer that reminded viewers that it's never too late to go home.
The 13-episode series debuts on Friday, Feb. 26, in all territories where Netflix is available.
Watch the full trailer below.
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