John Stamos Drops Surprise Revelation About Kristen Bell On Dax Shepard’s Podcast

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have lengthy been one in all Hollywood’s most buzzed-about {couples}, however Bell’s obvious missed reference to one other heartthrob actor generated headlines this week.

On a current episode of Shepard’s “Armchair Expert” podcast, John Stamos revealed that he was nearly arrange on a date with Bell lengthy earlier than she married Shepard.

“I was freshly divorced [from Rebecca Romijn]. There was some award show or party or after party or something,” Stamos defined. “And my press agent … says: ‘There’s this girl that wants to meet you. You gotta meet her. She’s in the theater. She’s fun, you guys would be great together.’ It was Kristen.”

The “Full House” actor’s admission drew audible gasps from Shepard and co-host Monica Padman. Nevertheless, he rapidly clarified that he felt he was “too old” for Bell, who’s 17 years his junior.

“I just was so lofty, and I thought, ‘I’m old.’ But then I got over that,” he quipped, alluding to the 23-year age hole between him and his present spouse, Caitlin McHugh Stamos.

Caitlin McHugh Stamos (left) and John Stamos.

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Although Stamos didn’t specify the precise timeframe of the encounter, he and Romijn ended their seven-year marriage in 2005. Shepard, in the meantime, started courting Bell in 2007.

Thankfully, all seems to have labored out in everybody’s favor. Stamos started courting McHugh Stamos in 2015, round 4 years after they first crossed paths on the set of “Law & Order: SVU.” The couple married in 2018 and welcomed their son Billy, now 4, later that very same 12 months.

Bell and Shepard, in the meantime, have been married in 2013. The couple share daughters, Lincoln, 9, and Delta, 8.

Later within the podcast, Stamos opened up about assembly McHugh Stamos for the primary time.

“I said, ‘I’m gonna put 100% into this.’ If it doesn’t work, fine, but at least I know that road,” he mentioned. “Being in the moment is exhausting, but it’s so great.”

Take heed to Stamos’ “Armchair Expert” interview under. His feedback about Bell seem across the 29-minute mark: