Candace Cameron Bure has been keeping her fans laughing since they first saw her as a DJ Tanner on “Full House.” After she posted a hilarious clip, she’s proven that not much has changed for the former child star.
On Saturday, Bure posted a video on her Instagram account that will leave you in stitches. While on set filming her popular Hallmark channel film series, “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: How To Con A Con,” Bure found herself in some trouble.
As viewers can see, her co-star, Niall Matter, had to help a distressed Bure climb out of the window after being locked inside a bathroom. Yet, this was no easy task: the window was located on what appears to be a second story with not much room on either side. As her friend and fellow cast member tries to assist Bure, we see her precariously climb out of the window.
Although she had a skirt on, she was lucky she was wearing boots instead of heels. Of course, as soon as she clammers out, someone finally pries the bathroom door open. As soon as she steps through the window, Bure turns around and climbs back in, and goes out the bathroom door.
“I thought I would reminisce on the one time I got locked inside a bathroom while filming Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: How To Con A Con and Niall rescued me. . .for then no reason because they unlocked the door,” she wrote in the caption alongside a crying laughing emoji.
Candace Cameron Bure’s New Business Venture
Despite her unfortunate luck with opening doors, Bure recently announced some exciting news. The Hallmark channel’s it-girl recently launched her first-ever clothing line with QVC.
Speaking with People, she shared why she decided to leap into the fashion industry. “Clothing has been something I’ve wanted to do for so long,” Candace told the publication. “I just love fashion and I always have since I was a little girl.”
Her size-inclusive clothing line includes blouses, sweaters, jeans, skirts, dresses. In a QVC promo video, Bure explained how her sense of style has changed throughout her life.
“As I’ve gone through different seasons of life, the needs in my wardrobe have changed,” she said. “I’m a working woman and a mom first and I need clothes that are going to work with me, that are going to move with me. But I never want to sacrifice style.”
This collab marks her second project with the popular home shopping network. In 2018, she released her faith-based products with DaySpring. The collab featured greeting cards, journals, and home décor.