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Three ‘Fuller House’ Stars Join A Squad That’s Even Better Than Taylor Swift’s

Whoa baby!

Taylor Swift's squad consists of several famous faces, but sadly, her pal Ellen DeGeneres is not one of them. I mean, sure, Ellen did scared Tay-Tay that time in the dressing room, but that was like four or five years ago.

On Friday, Ellen gave a hilarious monologue about how the pop superstar's success is pretty much thanks to Ellen, since she's had Taylor on the show several times. So, in (fake) retaliation, Ellen decided to form her own squad, bringing all the members out on stage. And let me tell you, it's quite an eclectic group of famous folks.

In addition to Carrot Top, Tina Turner, the News (of Huey Lewis and the News), the host of "The Biggest Loser" Bob Harper, Ted Lange from "The Love Boat," Nick Carter and Alf, Ellen brought out three girls who the internet simply loves.

They were all on this little show back in the late '80s and early '90s, and now they're starring in the reboot for Netflix, coming out next year. They go by Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, but you know them as D.J. Tanner, Stephanie Tanner and Kimmy Gibler. Yep, three of the "Fuller House" stars are now part of Ellen's #squad.

Bure tweeted the video of Ellen's posse, and it's everything you'd dreamed it be and more. Apparently, Ellen and the former "Full House" stars have a ~secret~ handshake... sorta.

OH! And it turns out one of Taylor's squad members jumped ship. Selena Gomez is now part of Ellen's squad. "Good luck shaking this off, Taylor," joked Ellen. "Get a load of us."