Candace Cameron Bure Shows Off Her Best ‘Costumes’ from Her Shows for Halloween

by Courtney Blackann
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Though the actress says she’s not too into Halloween, she sure has a lot of great costumes. Candace Cameron Bure recently posted a series of photos to her Instagram. Each picture shows Bure in an elaborate costume, some sillier than others.

In the post, the actress and TV host asks fans to help decide which is the best. Each one is from her time filming on “The View,” or behind-the-scenes from “Fuller House.”

The star looks pretty fantastic in each costume. It’s difficult to decide which costume is a favorite. Most are very detailed and intricate – but each one is definitely unique and cool.

“I’m not into Halloween but I LOVE dressing up in a costume!!! Tell me which TV costume is your favorite between Fuller House, the View and Dancing with the Stars !!!
Renaissance Queen, Fairy Godmother, 80’s chic, Goldilocks and the three bears, Ariel, Dodge Ball Warrior, Tinkerbell,” Bure said on the post.

While not everyone celebrates Halloween, everyone can celebrate dressing as someone else. And Candace Cameron Bure is all about it.

Candace Cameron Bure Says She Has PTSD from ‘The View’

While Candace Cameron Bure was a co-host of “The View” for a little more than a year, the actress left after the show caused her “stress and anxiety.”

Opening up about the experience, Bure shared that she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after her tenure on the television program.

 “And I [have] PTSD. Like, I can feel it. It was so difficult. And to manage that emotional stress was very, very hard,” she said, via People. The actress added, ” “[I was] just trying to understand and have a general grasp of topics that I didn’t want to talk about or didn’t care about.”

Bure also said she felt a lot of pressure to be a voice for conservatives on the show – something she really felt inadequate about.

Further, the “Fuller House” actress said she would get sick to her stomach thinking she had to discuss things she didn’t have an informed opinion about.

“When I felt like I was going into a show that I didn’t have a clear opinion about or it was something that I was legitimately nervous to talk about, I would just get sick to my stomach.”

While Bure feels more at peace with herself since the decision to leave “The View,” she also says she knows there were several great takeaways from her time there.

“While I’d never want a permanent seat at the table again, it always feels like family when I come back to the show as a guest,” she said.