December 3, 2019
CANDACE CAMERON BURE ON THE END OF ‘FULLER HOUSE,’ WHAT SHE DOESN’T MISS FROM ‘THE VIEW’ AND HER CHARITY WORK
Plus, Tamron Weighs in on Recent Headlines involving her Friend
Gabrielle Union’s Exit from ‘America’s Got Talent’
Photo Credit: Walt Disney Television/Jenny Anderson
Actress, producer and author, Candace Cameron Bure, opened up about saying goodbye to “Fuller House” on the Tuesday, December 3 edition of “Tamron Hall” (Watch Clip HERE). After playing the beloved role of D.J. Tanner through eight seasons of “Full House” and five seasons of the Netflix spinoff series, Bure described how she feels about closing this chapter, saying: “It’s like saying goodbye to my best friend.”
While discussing her career, Bure reflected on co-hosting “The View” for two seasons. When asked whether or not she misses her co-hosting duties, Bure responded by saying: “No I don’t miss it...I don’t miss talking about politics every day. I want to be in happy land.”
The self-declared “Queen of Christmas movies” also discussed her roles in over 20 Christmas-themed titles, including Hallmark’s upcoming “Christmas Town.” Off-screen, Bure celebrates the holidays by giving back, serving as a celebrity ambassador for the Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle Campaign for the second year.
At the top of today’s show, Tamron spoke out for the first time about her friend Gabrille Union’s firing from NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” after Union allegedly experienced inappropriate behavior during production (Watch Clip HERE). Regarding Union being called “difficult” by two unnamed sources, Tamron said: “You cannot keep trying to silence women by saying we’re difficult. It’s tired.” Tamron also encouraged Union, as well as those involved in the headlines -- Jay Leno and Simon Cowell -- to come on the talk show to share their respective sides of the story and their opinions on the situation.
Also on today’s show, Tamron welcomed Rabbi Robert Alper, Reverend Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D., and interfaith couple (Jewish/Catholic) Linsey and Mike Gatto to discuss the difficulties of incorporating various religions and traditions into a blended family during the holiday season. Alper, who participated in Tamron’s wedding ceremony, shared his opinion that parents should guide a child to observe one religion or the other instead of making them choose between their parents’ differing beliefs (Watch Clip HERE). Sharing her difference of opinion, Tamron, who is in interfaith marriage (Christian/Jewish) herself, revealed that her son Moses had both a bris (the Jewish ceremony of circumcision) and a Baptist dedication.
“Tamron Hall” Upcoming Listings:
Wednesday, December 4: In a daytime exclusive interview, Cynthia Garrett will address her assault allegations that led to the postponement of Apple’s original movie, “The Banker.” Plus: 14-year-old breakout star of “Mixed-ish” Arica Himmel. And: chef and reality TV star Tim Love.
Thursday, December 5: “Project Runway” judge and NY Times bestselling author . Plus: a conversation with teens about sexual fluidity.
Friday, December 6: Actress, comedian, and singer Jane Lynch (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”/A Swingin’ Little Christmas Tour).
“Tamron Hall” Show Description:
“Tamron Hall” (tamronhallshow.com), broadcasting from New York City, features a dynamic mix of live and taped shows. From the deeply moving to the purely fun, the nationally syndicated show is a daily destination for all things topical and a platform for viewers to connect with the people who are shaping our world through meaningful, engaging and entertaining conversations. As a new mom, a newlywed and a new force in Daytime, proving you can accomplish anything at any age, Tamron Hall brings a refreshing, relatable, unpredictable and unstoppable voice to television. “Tamron Hall” is executive produced by Bill Geddie and Tamron Hall. Talia Parkinson-Jones is co-executive producer.
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