Candace is starring in an all-new Christmas movie on Hallmark Channel! Switched for Christmas, premieres on Sunday, November 26th!
When identical twin sisters are stuck planning their respective Christmas parties, they’re convinced the grass is greener on the other side. Deciding to swap lives for the holiday, the lessons they learn along the way may turn out to make this the best Christmas ever.
Have mercy! Candace Cameron Bure hit the red carpet at the Teen Choice Awards on Sunday where she dished to ET’s Lauren Zima about season 3 of Fuller House.
“It’s so great. We are almost finished filming it,” the 41-year-old actress revealed. “We just came back from Japan last night and shot an amazing episode there. It’s a big season, and I can’t wait for everyone to see it Sept. 22nd.”
And the new season of the popular Netflix reboot is going where the classic sitcom has yet to go before.
“A lot of summer fun which we’ve never done on 10 seasons of the show, 11 seasons,” Bure said. “So summer fun and then we have this huge trip. So, if you think old Full House like Disney World or Hawaii. Japan in Fuller House is even bigger.”
Bure is amazed that the show has maintained its youthful fan base all these years later.
“I’m so honored to have won the Favorite Comedy Actress Award, like, it kills me,” she quipped. “I never thought I’d be a 40 year old now winning the Teen Choice Awards. So it’s pretty great, and I have three teenagers myself. It’s a really, really big honor for me.”
She also recognized the timeless truth that no matter your age, you’ve probably had a crush on Uncle Jessie (John Stamos) at some point.
“Whose celebrity crush wasn’t Uncle Jessie?” Bure exclaimed. “Maybe not mine ‘cause he is, like, my uncle.”
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When single mom Megan Nolan moves to a new town, she feels guilty for uprooting her ten-year-old daughter Caitlin. Seeing that Caitlin’s only friend is their neighbor Gail’s dog, Megan agrees to adopt a pooch of their own to keep her company.
Megan instantly regrets her decision when Caitlin becomes smitten with the biggest, sloppiest dog in the shelter, a lovable but unruly pup named Jake. Just as Jake begins to destroy their new home, a handsome stranger named Ben knocks on her door, claiming Jake is his. A professional baseball player, Ben was traveling for a game when Jake ran away under the less-than-watchful eye of his friend Ryles and wound up at a shelter. When Ben sees how Caitlin’s love for Jake almost matches his own, he agrees to share custody with the little girl, despite immediately butting heads with bossy Megan. Will Ben’s puppy play dates keep this proud bachelor on a short leash, or will he soon discover his best friend is leading him straight to love?