TV Series - Aug 29, 2022
JoJo Siwa called Candace Cameron Bure the "rudest celebrity she's ever met", but now she's bouncing back with celebrity support.In light of Siwa's recent revelations, Bure recently shared a conversation she had with the "Dance Moms" star on Instagram.
The actress met Bure for the first time at the "Fuller House" premiere when she was 11 years old, but she did not take a picture with her on the red carpet. Siwa told Bure 'not right now' and proceeded to take pictures with others, Bure recalled of their conversation. "Oh, I'm so sorry I wasn't even mean, but now that I'm an adult, I get it," Siwa corrected Bure.
According to Bure, Siwa's "comfort show" is "Fuller House" which she watches to fall asleep. As a result of her positivity, the actress praised her as a role model.Her post, in which she made clear there is no drama between the two, received thousands of likes and comments, many from celebrities. The stars had this to say:
"Dancing with the Stars" pro Bure posted four pink hearts on his Instagram account. The 2021 season of the competition dance show featured the first same-sex partners, Chmerkovskiy and Siwa.In a Facebook post, the "Beverly Hills 90210" star stated: "You are officially my spirit animal! So beautifully put. I cry as I watch this video. It rings so true. I love you Xo."
After complimenting Bure, the late Bob Saget's wife teased her former "Full House" co-star. Then she commented, "Haha haha geez Candace! You're so mean!".The "90210" actor shared an interesting comment, saying he had never heard of JoJo Siwa. His comment was, "I have no idea who she is."
She shared three clapping hands emojis to praise her friend. After adding a heart emoji, PenaVega wrote "class act friend.".Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's daughter shared her own encounter with Bure.
A few years ago, I ran into you outside a hotel in NYC, I was starstruck and had to say hello, you're one of the kindest people I've ever come across." Bristol Palin added two yellow hearts to her comment.
Amy Roloff of "Little People Big World" sympathized with Bure, writing in part, "Candace. I so agree. It's too bad the video had to appear on TikTok...I love to meet new people, hear their stories, and take pictures...sometimes we can't meet everyone."