On Thursday, one day before the debut of Fuller House, the revamped version of the Full House theme song was released, sung by Carly Rae Jepsen.

“Everywhere You Look” was originally recorded by Jesse Frederick, with people across the nation associating the tune with not only the much-loved show, but the 80s/90s in general. Jepsen’s version updates it to a more modern sound, but keeps its simplicity and definitely is a tribute to the old theme.

Jepsen has expressed her excitement of being able to contribute to Fuller House and working with writer/producer Butch Walker on the song.

“When they asked by to sing the opening song, I jumped at the chance and I found out after the fact Butch Walker’s producing it,” said Jepsen to ABC News. “And it was just like, ‘Aagh! Everything I wanted and more!”


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Walker has worked with PinkKaty PerryTaylor SwiftGavin DeGraw and other big names.

The general reception of the song, however, has been negative. Despite Jepsen’s recent legitimization with her most recent album “Emotion” and performance on Grease: Live! (recovering from her meme status of “Call Me Maybe”), the heavy autotune put on the beloved songs has brought the Canadian popstar much backlash.

Judge the revamped song for yourself:

If you liked it, you can buy the song on iTunes. Fuller House debuts on Netflix today.

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