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Candace Cameron Bure’s Mini ‘Fuller House’ Reunion Has Fans Talking

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Over the weekend, Candace Cameron Bure had a mini-reunion with her Fuller House co-stars. The Netflix reboot ended in June 2020. Regardless, fans are holding out hope for the show to return. Full House didn’t exactly die since it now became Fuller House. Candace has teased the possibility of having the show return.

Over a year after the fifth and final season of Fuller House dropped on Netflix, Candace and her co-stars reunited. The former child star made it happen. The star best known as D.J. Tanner posted a series of photos via her Instagram feed. It’s this very post that has fans wondering if the popular show will make a comeback before so it’s not out of the question.

Fuller House fans freak out over mini-reunion

Candace Cameron Bure reunited with her Fuller House co-stars Elias Harger (Max Fuller), John Brotherton (Matt Harmon), Juan Pablo Di Pace (Fernando), Michael Campion (Jackson Fuller), and Soni Bringas (Ramona Gibbler). It’s the first time in well over a year that fans saw some of them together. However, it’s unclear whether the co-stars reunited amid the coronavirus pandemic. But it’s likely since production ended in November 2019.

“I got to see my Fuller House family today and it made my heart SO HAPPY!!!” Candace wrote in her Instagram post. “I love you all and miss you SO much. ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

The blonde beauty had a big smile on her face. Fuller House fans took to Candace’s post to share their reaction. Most of them were excited about the reunion, while others wanted to know more. They wanted to know what these photos meant. Does that mean Fuller House will return to Netflix?


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Candace’s surprise post led to confusion and suspicion over whether they’re planning a new project. Some of the fans were begging the stars to release a Fuller House special. Others asked for another season, so they could get a sense of completion. Per Good Housekeeping, the show’s creator Jeff Franklin wanted to celebrate with the cast before he moved from New York to Miami.

Candace Cameron Bure celebrates major Instagram milestone

The Halloween Channel star continues to make waves on Instagram. She used D.J.’s famous phrase to express her feeling over amassing five million followers. The 45-year-old celebrated the occasion on Monday, July 26. Candace shared a clip of herself dancing along to Lou Bega’s hit song “Mambo No. 5.”

After dancing, she reclines on her couch that’s covered with fuchsia balloons that read, “5 M.”

“1..2..3..4….5 MILLION FOLLOWERS!!” Candace captioned her question before quoting her Fuller House character, “Oh my lanta. I love that I have all of YOU on this journey with me, thank you for following along! #5million #5millionstrong #5millionfollowers #thankyou.”


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Candace’s fans flocked to the comments section to congratulate her. They feel like she’s the perfect celebrity to follow on Instagram. She actively shares with her fans and followers, but even this supernice star gets hate sometimes. Earlier this year, Candace dealt with “unkind comments” about her family photos.

What are your thoughts on Candace getting 5 million Instagram followers? Do you think Fuller House will make a comeback? Sound off below in the comments.

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Chanel Adams

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