Jodie Sweetin is telling fans to cut. it. out.

On Thursday, the “Fuller House” star took to Twitter to address rumors that she’s joining Season 22 of “Dancing With the Stars,” which will begin in March on ABC.

An insider had revealed to Us Weekly that the 34-year-old actress signed on for the 2016 installment. But it looks like fans will just have to wait to find out if Stephanie Tanner will follow in her big sister’s footsteps.

Candace Cameron Bure, who played Sweetin’s TV sister D.J. Tanner in the beloved sitcom “Full House,” competed in Season 18 of the competition, partnered with Mark Ballas. But despite losing the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy to dance pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy and figure skater Meryl Davis, the “View” host tapped both Maks and his brother, Val, to appear in the Netflix reboot “Fuller House,” which will premiere Feb. 26.

According to Refinery29, the two-stepping hunks will play the love interests of both D.J., a recent widow in the series, and Stephanie.

“It’s really cute,” a source told Us Weekly of the cameo. “Maks and Val play dancers and dance with sisters D.J. and Stephanie in a club.”

Here’s hoping the Chmerkovskiy brothers can give Sweetin enough hip-swiveling pointers to feel confident on the ballroom floor!

Would you want to see the “Fuller House” actress take on “Dancing With the Stars”? Sound off in the comments section below and don’t forget to tune in to the ABC competition when Season 22 airs beginning March 21.