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Dana Rose Falcone
December 21, 2015 AT 07:26 PM EST

We might’ve last seen Full House in 1995, but with the Netflix reboot arriving in February, the show is getting a 21st century update. That includes, for better or worse, the Kimmy and the Tanners’ version of “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).”

Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber get down to Silentó’s 2015 chart-topper behind the scenes of Fuller House, but the dance quickly pits the onscreen sisters against their childhood neighbor.

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See the ladies of Girard Street get down above.

RELATED: Candace Cameron Bure hints at future relationship for D.J. and Steve on Fuller House

 

All 13 episodes of Fuller House hit Netflix Feb. 26.

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