The Fuller House alum apologized after some of her fans were offended by a TikTok video. In July 2021, Candace posted a video in which she spoke about “the power of the Holy Spirit” while dancing with her Bible. Many thought she was attempting to be seductive and felt the post was inappropriate.
Candace clarified that she was trying to be strong and not seductive while dancing. Although she never usually apologizes for such things, the actor eventually removed the video.
You Can't Mess With Her
If there is one thing the actor has taken away from her time on “The View,” it is a thick skin. Candace today claps back at haters without hesitation, especially when they come at her for innocuous things — like a sweet family holiday card she posted online in 2021!
The comments devolved from celebrating her family to unkind words about her children’s appearances and photo editing. She waded into the comments to tell the trolls off. The actor had much more to say on E! about the general audacity.
She Launches a Fashion Line With QVC
In 2021, Candace joined the ranks of co-stars Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen when she launched a casual sportswear collection with QVC. The fashion line reflected her values, emphasizing affordability and size inclusivity. Whether someone was size XXS or 5X, the line had fun, feminine, and fashionable clothes for everyone.
Candace did not enter the fashion world on a whim. She had always loved clothing, but it took a lot of thought, effort, and getting things right before she felt comfortable venturing into the industry, which paid off. Candace Cameron Bure Clothing sales have been incredibly successful.
Who’s the Drama?
In October 2021, she made headlines for a TikTok video about what it was like to be a conservative in the entertainment industry. The video shows her lip-syncing to an audio clip from "RuPaul's Drag Race" asking, '"Is it me? Am I the drama?" She captioned the post saying she is not the villain, but maybe she is in the larger scheme of things.
The drag reality show reposted the original clip from the show the following day with the caption, "When your audio lands on the wrong side of TikTok & they have no idea."
The Time She Wore Red to a Wedding
The actor had to go online and defend her fashion choices at a wedding in October 2021! Observers on social media took it upon themselves to criticize Candace and her daughter Natasha for wearing red dresses to a wedding — an absolute no-no, they said.
Even as Instagram users continued slamming her, Candace responded by saying, “anything goes in L.A.” and “different style rules apply in Los Angeles.” Candace does not get a break!