After Sunday’s show, Fuller House stars Loughlin, 53, and Cameron Bure, 41, hit the Netflix after party at the Waldorf Astoria in Beverly Hills with their teenage daughters, Olivia Jade Giannulli, 18, and Natasha Bure, 19. The mothers sipped on champagne and were all smiles as they danced with their girls.
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The four women joined fellow attendees in wearing black
DJ Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure) has been embroiled in a love triangle since the start of Fuller House, but it seems that her romantic confusion may have finally come to an end -- even if she didn't get a fairy
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Do Or Dare will be hosted by comedian James Davis (pictured above). In episode one, Usher and Dupri will compete on behalf of their charities -- Usher's New Look and the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, respectively -- with the winner taking home $25,000. Dares this season include crawling through a maze of mousetraps, going head-to-head with a sumo wrestler, and getting waxed. Other contestants include Gaten Matarazzo (Stranger Things), Tony Hale (Veep), singer Jason Derulo, Keke Palmer (Scream Queens), Yvonne Orji (Insecure), and pro baseball star Cc Sabathia.
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In the spinoff series, Fuller House, life can take you into unexpected directions and also back into familiar territory when veterinarian and recently widowed D.J. Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure) finds herself living in her childhood home with younger sister and aspiring musician Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) and DJ’s lifelong best friend/fellow single mother Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber). The women reuniting to help support one another navigate careers, parenting and relationships with the kind of love and humor you can only get from the people you grew up with. The Tanner childhood house is fuller than ever though with not only DJ’s three boys — the awkward 13-year-old Jackson, neurotic 7-year-old Max and baby Tommy Jr.
On Dec. 22, the family comedy returns to Netflix for the second half of season 3 — and People has the exclusive sneak peek at the trailer featuring Full House original cast members, including D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), Kimmy (Andrea Barber), Joey (Dave Coulier), Becky (Lori Loughlin), Jesse (John Stamos) and Danny (Bob Saget).
When the latter half of the third season drops, fans will see the majority of their favorite characters travel around the globe together and take on Tokyo, Japan.
Audiences are also guaranteed to see lots of hugs,
The film “Switched for Christmas,” starring Candace Cameron Bure as identical twin sisters who swap lives for the holiday, became the most-watched telecast in Hallmark Channel history on Sunday night. The film averaged 5.8 million viewers after three days of DVR and video on demand usage. Mark Deklin, Eion Bailey, and Happy the Dog — see, it ticked all the Hallmark boxes — also starred.
Close behind, Saturday’s “Hallmark Hall of Fame” presentation, “The Christmas Train,” averaged 5.6 million viewers — beating the four broadcast networks on the night.
Why We’re Obsessed With ‘The Wine Show’
Pour another glass because our favorite import -- Matthew Goode -- is back with a second season of The Wine Show, Sky Vision’s food and travel magazine series, which moves the action from Italy to the South of France. Available on in the U.S. on Hulu, the show became a favorite among viewers thanks to the bromance between Goode and co-host Matthew Rhys and their journey through the heart of Italy in search of tasty wine and lasting memories. Joining Goode (who also stars on The Crown season two) is James Purefoy, an equally English and handsome actor, who steps in for Rhys. This season, two hosts are tasked with finding a case of wine to match a six-course French lunch cooked by Stephane
Et's Keltie Knight sat down with the 41-year-old actress last week, where she opened up about her new book, Staying Stylish: Cultivating a Confident Look, Style, and Attitude, and relived a few of her fashion missteps.
"What you see is what you get. I've always been that way," Bure explained. "I think it's been fun for people and fans who literally have seen me since I was 10 years old into my 40s now, and the transitions I've made as a young child and a teenager and now a working mom."
"I always love sharing my secrets, the tips, the tricks that have helped me over the years," she continued. "It's like the girls club. You know, we have to help each other out. That's why I wrote the book. I wanted it accessible
1. The secret to D.J. Tanner’s unique ponytail.
Just as famous as Bure's character, D.J. Tanner, is her ponytail. The actress breaks down in her book that it is actually easier to pull off than you think.
"To get started, just section off the hair horizontally across the top of your head from ear to ear, creating two parts," she writes. "Next tease the back portion of your hair at the crown with
Candace Cameron-Bure announced via Twitter video on Monday that the Netflix sitcom will return on Dec. 22 and all of your questions about whether DJ (Cameron-Bure) will end up with Matt (John Brotherton) or Steve (Scott
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RelatedFuller House Creator: ‘I’ve Given Up Asking’ the Olsen Twins to Guest-Star
Fuller House will return for the second half of its third season on Dec. 22, the Netflix comedy announced Monday on social media. Watch Candace Cameron Bure reveal the official premiere date below:
Candace is here with some Big news to help those mid-season blues! pic.twitter.com/2pk8IoOhE2
— Fuller House (@fullerhouse) November 13, 2017
As you may recall from TVLine’s recap,
Now the couple of 23 years has opened up the stunning renovated house for the latest issue of Wine Spectator, offering a glimpse into their life in Northern California.
The retired NHL player and Fuller House actress launched Bure Family Wines in 2006, using purchased grapes, but later decided they wanted a vineyard of their own, buying a 2-acre plot in St. Helena in 2011.
“We came across this great property that had
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