Candace Cameron Bure Shares Classic ‘Full House’ Clip Wishing Fans Happy Thanksgiving

by Matthew Wilson
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Celebrate Thanksgiving this year with the Tanner family. Candace Cameron Bure shared a clip from a “Full House” Thanksgiving special that’s sure to make fans nostalgic.

In the video, the Tanner family dance to “Get Ready” by the Temptations while getting ready for their Thanksgiving dinner. Bure was just a child when she played DJ on the hit television show.

Bure wrote, “Get Ready! Make today YOUR Thanksgiving miracle. Let us reflect and be thankful for all we have; God who loves us, breath of life, true friends, and family.”

“Let us be grateful for the good things this year has brought; closeness, perspective, time- to evaluate what’s most important, perseverance and grit to build our character. Thank you 2020 for giving us a doozy. We will be better for it! Let us never get tired of doing good!”

Over the years, Bure has become popular for starring in Hallmark holiday films, specifically Christmas films. Though, her children may be her harshest critics. They refuse to watch her Hallmark films.

“My kids are like, ‘I’m not going to watch another Hallmark movie. Let alone with you in it mom,’” she said jokingly.

Candace Cameron Bure Starred in ‘Fuller House’

“Full House” fans rejoiced when Netflix resurrected the property for a sequel series in 2016. “Fuller House” starred Bure in a role she hadn’t played since 1995. The show brought most of the Tanner household back together and ran for five seasons. Bure said she would love to do another season though.

“We would absolutely love it if we could because I think there are so many fun stories to tell with the ‘Fuller House’ gang,” Bure said. “The fifth season premiered this year. So, people are still watching the show that aren’t caught up on Netflix. I still receive daily messages five months later that they’re like, ‘What’s happening with season six?’”

“There’s just so much more there,” she continued. “So, who knows? We can only, you know, cross our fingers and hope that the people who control it would allow us to do it.”

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