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Candace Cameron Bure Revealed Why The 'Full House' Reunion Just Got Way Better

TV dreams are coming true.

Just when you thought the upcoming "Full House" reunion couldn't get any better, Candace Cameron Bure made all our Tanner dreams come true. The actress told People Magazine Wednesday (May 6), that yes, EVERYONE will be back for "Fuller House."

"Absolutely," answered Bure, when asked if all cast members would be returning. "This will be a full reunion. Everyone will be on the show. There are a lot of talks about who's going to be in which episode, but fans of the show won't be disappointed. I promise."

Just think, fellow "Full House" devotees; it's only a matter of time before ALL our favorite characters will be back under the same roof. Danny, Uncle Jesse, Joey, the girls, Kimmy, Aunt Becky, Nicky and Alex, Comet... okay, well maybe not Comet (RIP).

Regardless, this news is nothing short of LIFE CHANGING.

Bure, 39, revealed even more about what's already shaping up to be the most highly-anticipated TV reunion in years.

"It's like a new adventure to me," she said. "I'm really excited. In some ways, 'Full House' never stopped. The show has new generations of fans, and I will be forever known as DJ."

'Fuller House' will pick up where its predecessor left off, with DJ Tanner now living as a widowed mother of three alongside little sis Stephanie (Jodie Sweeten) and BFF Kimmy Gibler (Andrea Barber).

"I really wanted to revisit the show in a new, fresh, modern way," she added. "I've got to have a lot of input on my character, to decide what DJ would be doing now. I'm really comfortable with the way it's working out."

Does this officially mean that the Olsens are back, too? If so, we would truly be #blessed.