Candace Cameron Bure Posts Pics That Make Her ‘Laugh and Cry’

by Josh Lanier

Candace Cameron Bure recently uploaded several never-before-seen, behind-the-scene photos from Fuller House. The photos feature several of the cast members goofing around and hanging out between shots. One video even features a famous guest who popped in to say hi.

Cameron Bure said the slideshow makes her “both laugh and cry.” Netflix canceled Fuller House after 5 seasons, but it still had a dedicated and excited fan base. She hopes those fans will help the show win at the Kids Choice Awards.

“Just a slideshow of photos, and videos that make me both laugh and cry 😂😭,” she posted.
“Also just a slideshow of photos, and videos to remind you to vote @fullerhouse for the 2021 Kids Choice Award— Favorite Family TV Show 🏠💕 Head to to vote!”

Fuller House is facing off against Black-ish, The Mandalorian, Cobra Kai, Stranger Things, and Young Sheldon in the favorite Family TV Show category.

Cameron Bure is up for favorite female TV Star also. She’s up against Ella Anderson of Henry Danger; Raven Symone of Raven’s Home; Millie Bobby Brown of Stranger Things; Camila Mendes of Riverdale; and Sofia Wylie of High Schoool Musical: The Movie The Series. Voting for the Kids Choice Awards ends on March 13. The show will air on March 24 at 8 p.m. EDT.

Candace Cameron Bure Defends Her Career Choices

Candace Cameron Bure doesn’t like when people malign Hallmark movies. The former Full House star has appeared in 26 of them so far, and says they’re hard work to make. Not only that, they’re incredibly popular. So, she finds it demeaning when people denigrate the films as less than.

She had an awkward conversation over this recently when she appeared on the “The Paula Faris Podcast.” Cameron Bure said people often ask her if they can be in one of her Hallmark movies.

Faris even asked if she could be in one. She added, “I mean, really, how hard is it? Don’t you get that all the time?”

Cameron Bure wasn’t having it.

“Can we just talk about this for a second?” she said. “I get that all the time. ‘How hard is it to be in a Hallmark movie?’ Like, ‘Can I be in a Hallmark movie?’ And I’m like, ‘Are you a professional actor?’ ‘No.’ ‘Then no, you cannot.’”

Faris co-hosted The View from 2015 to 2018 and appeared on Good Morning America Weekend. She stepped away from those roles to launch her podcast. Faris has no professional acting experience.

“You can be a background person, they’re called extras,” Cameron Bure went on. “If you don’t have a speaking part, that’s easy. I can make that happen. If you have a speaking part, then we’re gonna have to make sure you can do the job.”