LOS ANGELES – FEBRUARY 12: Lady Gaga performs at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/PictureGroup). John Stamos, Fuller House Image via Netflix US & Canada
7. Lady Gaga and Jesse Katsopolis (Full House)
Lady Gaga has gone through so many phases as an artist, it almost gives you whiplash. Who could ever forget the meat dress? One thing has always been constant though: her incredible voice. With such a wide range of musical styles, she manages to change her performances consistently without losing the thing that matters most. Whether she’s performing a pop song or a ballad, Lady Gaga is an undeniable vocal force.
After teaming with the likes of Tony Bennett and Metallica, a collaboration with Uncle Jesse, of Full House, would be perfect. Though she started in pop music, Lady Gaga has also proven herself as a bit of a rocker. She took on the music of David Bowie in a tribute at the 2016 Grammys. At the 2017 show, teaming up with Metallica for a performance, she managed to carry the show when things went south.
Jesse and The Rippers generally did well for themselves, but typically only brought in females as backup singers or tambourine players. When Uncle Jess went solo, he had a hard time finding his own identity. Lady Gaga would be the perfect partner to help him find it. Plus, with her vocals, their music would be completely new, with a bit more edge, and would quickly find its way to the top of the charts.