'How Rude!': Rihanna Photobombs 'Full House' Guys

Singer jumped in a shot while Bob Saget, John Stamos and Dave Coulier were promoting their Super Bowl ad on 'GMA'

John Stamos, Rihanna, Dave Coulier and Bob Saget on Good Morning America.
January 29, 2014 5:10 PM ET

While the Full House guys – Bob Saget, John Stamos and Dave Coulier – were visiting Good Morning America today to promote their reunion in Stamos's Super Bowl ad, Rihanna got in on the celebration – not that the Full House guys were aware. As Saget held out his phone for a selfie that would feature all three guys, the pop star, who was born five months after Full House premiered, pursed her lips into a duckface in one shot and into another shape that has to be seen rather than described.

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Earlier, Stamos had been alluding to Rihanna in a segment where the three guys played Full House trivia. He answered each question with a reference to the pop star, according to Entertainment Weekly. Unrelated to Rihanna, Stamos also pulled down his pants to reveal that he was wearing underwear branded with the logo of the yogurt the trio are promoting.

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The three actors teased the ad last week. In that clip, Stamos flips off his TV and turns around and asks a pajamas-clad Saget and Coulier if it's time to go to bed. Saget asks, "Don't you think it's time we all get our own places?" But the full ad, which can be seen here, is a racier affair.

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In the full spot, Stamos accidentally drops some Greek yogurt on his pants and his date bites her lower lip with anticipation. But Coulier and Saget ruin the moment in a funny turn of events.

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The Super Bowl will reportedly also feature another ad that will see the partial reunion of another cast: Seinfeld. That show's Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexender, as well as its co-creator Larry David, were spotted filming a bit at Tom's Restaurant, the eatery that served as the visage of the show's haunt Monk's. Crewmembers said that they were filming a Super Bowl ad.

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