'She was a firecracker': John Stamos hints he 'fooled around' with Demi Moore in the '80s in new memoir
John Stamos' memoir, titled 'If You Would Have Told Me', was published on October 24
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: When John Stamos and Demi Moore co-starred on 'General Hospital' from 1982 to 1984, it's possible that they were more than simply friends.
The actor who starred in 'Full House', 60, wrote about his connection with the actress, 60, in his memoir 'If You Would Have Told Me', which was published on October 24.
Stamos calls Moore 'a firecracker' in memoir
Before mentioning a recent conversation with Bruce Willis' ex-wife, Stamos characterized Moore as "a firecracker with a gravelly voice and a big laugh" who was "infinitely more sophisticated and worldly" than he had ever been, as reported by OK Magazine.
At a celebration honoring Jamie Lee Curtis' 2023 Oscar nomination for 'Everything Everywhere All at Once', he recalled that he and Moore were catching up when friend Ali Adler approached them and "totally fangirled out" over the pair.
Adler asked, "'Oh my god, Blackie and Jackie!’” referencing the pair’s soap opera characters, before bluntly asking, “'Did you two ever f**k?'"
Stamos wrote, "We both look at each other, wondering what the other will say. Demi pauses to think about it. 'I don't know if we slept together. I think we fooled around though."
Stamos revealed his reaction, penning, "I just smile. Then ask if she remembers back in the day when we all went to see Rick Springfield at the Universal Amphitheater."
He seemed to be hinting that something might have transpired between them during the performance that night, even if he remained silent about whether or not they were ever more than just buddies.
His possible hookup with Moore isn't the only salacious rumor that his memoir reveals, as reported by OK Magazine.
John on how Rebecca Romijn marriage 'slipped away'
Among his reflections on his first marriage to Rebecca Romijn in the tell-all, Stamos seemed to imply that she had deceived him toward the end of their union.
"As I'm lifting Rebecca up, I'm losing myself," he wrote of his dynamic with Romijn. "She makes it clear that I'm the TV guy and she's the newly minted star. … Somewhere deep inside, I start to believe it."
The actor admitted that the duo had their "ups and downs," though he always thought the 'X-Men' star would want to settle down at some point.
"But through all that, there's zero talk about having kids and starting a family," the now father-of-one confessed.
"This was always our plan. Our dream. It feels as though she doesn't share that dream with me anymore," Stamos said, adding that the blonde beauty was too "busy with her career and new friends" to realize he was "slipping away."
"We're trying new things and growing, but not together," the 'Glee' alum recalled, noting it became "harder to make time for each other, slow down, disconnect from the chaos of the world, and make eye contact again."