While Carly Rae Jepsen remains a still underrated and underappreciated pop genius in most of her fans’ eyes, she can take solace in the fact that millions upon millions of people are hearing her sing when they make the perhaps questionable decision to watch Fuller House. Jepsen, who proudly answered the call to sing the Fuller House theme, stepped things up to another level by going so far as to bring out Bob Saget to sing “Everywhere You Look” during a recent stop in Milwaukee.
Saget looked out over the crowd and said “I raised some of you” before taking on the track, even though he told Jepsen “I barely know it.” After the show, Jepsen was ecstatic about performing with Danny Tanner himself.
“That may have been the best moment of my entire life,” she said after the song, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “I don’t know, I feel like we should just quit, go home after that.”
Jepsen has spent the last year winning over as many critics as she has fans of ’90s television shows that maybe weren’t that great in the first place. Check out how her 2015 release E-Mot-Ion fared among our Best Albums Of 2015.
(Via Entertainment Weekly)