Have mercy! John Stamos gave his fans quite a show while performing onstage with The Beach Boys a few days ago after his gray dress pants suddenly ripped and exposed his behind! Following the unfortunate situation, which happened during a concert in Dallas on Thursday, March 21, the Fuller House star took to Twitter to share the hilarious news with his fans.
“First time @TOMFORD has ever let me down,” the 55-year-old wrote in the caption. “Ripped pants five minutes into @TheBeachBoys show in Dallas.” John then said he had only one logical answer for why the wardrobe malfunction occurred: Nick Jonas. “I think that Jonas kid is behind this! (or my butt is getting bigger –),” he wrote while jokingly referencing their ongoing prank war. Take a look at the pics John shared of his ripped pants below!
First time @TOMFORD has ever let me down. Ripped pants five minutes in to @TheBeachBoys show in Dallas. I think that Jonas kid is behind this! (or my butt is getting bigger –) #Rippers #Beachbums pic.twitter.com/TZRPQrnqWW
— John Stamos (@JohnStamos) March 21, 2019
Though Nick, 26, was not in attendance at Thursday’s concert, the General Hospital star couldn’t help but tease the Jonas Brothers crooner. The two musicians have been in an ongoing prank war since February that began when John stepped out wearing an old Jonas Brothers tour t-shirt. The amusing horseplay only continued when paparazzi snapped a pic of the “Jealous” singer just days later wearing a sweatshirt with the pic of John printed on it. The two pals have continued to go back and forth until the handsome hunk’s latest move at the concert.
Though it may have been quite a while since John experienced a fashion mishap like this, it was far from the first time he’s hit the stage with The Beach Boys. The Grandfathered actor has sporadically performed with his longtime pals over the years. In fact, the “Good Vibrations” singers have even made multiple guest appearances on Full House, where John has joined them in performing some of their hits such as “Forever,” “Be True to Your School,” “Barbara Ann” and “Kokomo.”
In 2015, the dad-of-one opened up about performing with the American rock band. “They’re my heroes. The first concert I ever went to was The Beach Boys, and I always dreamed of one day meeting them,” the Emmy-nominated actor gushed to Parade. “I never imagined I’d get to play with them, so it’s been like a dream come true that’s been going on since ’85.” So cool!