NEW YORK, Sept. 15 (UPI) -- Candace Cameron Bure and the Beach Boys recreated a memorable Full House moment Wednesday in New York.
The 40-year-old actress, who played D.J. Tanner on the beloved ABC sitcom, joined the band on stage 24 years after performing "Barbara Ann" with the Beach Boys on Full House.
"So this happened tonight! Haven't been on stage with the Beach Boys since I was 13. #BarbaraAnn #BeachBoys #CentralPark #SummerNights," Bure captioned a video of herself with the group.
The Beach Boys had appeared on the sitcom's May 5, 1992 episode. The episode saw the band invite D.J. and several members of the Tanner family on stage after recording "Forever" with Uncle Jesse (John Stamos).
Stamos, who played drums in the Beach Boys' music video for "Kokomo," has occasionally performed with the band in real life since the 1980s. His actual version of "Forever" appeared on the group's 1992 album Summer in Paradise.
"'Forever,' which [was written by late member Dennis Wilson], is really beautiful, and the crowd really seems to like it because of the Full House connection," the actor told AL.com in 2014.
Bure and Stamos currently play their Full House characters on the Netflix sequel series Fuller House. The sitcom follows an adult D.J. Tanner and her three children, and was renewed for a second season in May.