Fuller House Stars gets emotional and nostalgic bidding goodbye to fans again! The Netflix show Fuller House is soon going to end. And here’s what the cast said about it. Read below to know more!
Who gets the opportunity to work with the same people who’ve worked 20 to 30 years ago? Well, our beloved Fuller House Star cast did.
What did the Fuller House Stars say about bidding goodbye?
It was 1995 when Full House ended after running eight successful seasons. Back then, at the time of the end, Candace and Andrea both were just 18. Hence, it shows us that family sitcom has been a huge part of their professional and personal lives.
Well, here’s what our lovely woman Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barbe, who played D.J. Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler respectively, said about the end of the show for its second and the last time.
Both Candace and Andrea were asked by TV Insider about their experience on both the sets and how was it like time compared to the last time back in 1995. On which Bure said –
“It’s totally different experience. Being 18 on the original, I had a lot of life in front of me and was really excited for the next part of my journey. It was sad and emotional, but at 18 you’re entering adulthood.”
“This time around it was much more emotional because I love these people so much. Working on the show with my best friends again and the crew we had was such a gift. It’s a huge part of my life that I’m so grateful for. I had such an appreciation and was very blessed by it.”
Both the lovey woman shared what it was like filming for the show after nearly 30 years and what it’s like to wrap up the show for the second time and how is it different from the first.
That had been said, the Fuller House Stars had been friends and professional family since then. And also have made some never-ending friendships.
Andrea’s Say on it.
On listening to Cameron Bure, Andrea couldn’t hold herself and said in sentiments –
“It was emotional both times, but harder the second time. Just because I’m older and have the perspective of someone who appreciates this and knows how rare and wonderful it is to find a family in a show like this. Also, with the original, I was 18.”
“I was just starting college and was at a good point where I was ready to say goodbye to the show and start my adult life. It wasn’t too sad. This time there is definitely a bigger hole in my heart.”
And likewise, they both got emotional and nostalgic at the same time. Last time, they became friends, who had a future and their careers, however, this time it was more than that, they were family now. Let us know what you feel about the Fuller House Stars.
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