Candace Cameron Bure is opening up about the emotional finale of “Fuller House” that focuses on the triple wedding ceremonies fans have been dying to see.
After five fantastic seasons, “Fuller House” is wrapping up but not without putting a smile on the faces of fans.
Candace Cameron Bure At The Hallmark Channel And Hallmark Movies And Mysteries 2019 Winter TCA Tour at Tournament House on February 09, 2019 in Pasadena, California | Photo: Getty Images
During an exclusive interview with Today, Candace Cameron Bure, who plays the role of D.J. Tanner, talks about the highlights of the last episode. Speaking about the finale which focuses on the triple wedding of D.J., Stephanie and Kimmy, the actress said:
“For me, the whole entire show was really building up to this triple wedding. The wedding was actually super fun. It wasn’t emotional in the sense of sad; it was just a blast.”
Bure spoke of the ceremony― which sees Tanning marrying Steve, Stephanie walking down the aisle with Jimmy Gibbler and Kimmy re-marrying her ex-husband Fernando― saying that it didn’t include extras, only former guest stars or the family of the actors.
The show finally addressed how Lori Loughlin’s character, Aunty Becky, was excused in the finale, by saying she was far away in the Bay area.
She noted that her mom, alongside Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber’s parents were present in the finale. Bure resonated the importance of the “triple weddings” in another interview with Parade, where she explained that everything in the show builds up to the nuptials.
She, however, revealed that the big moment would not happen without the return of the original cast members including, Bob Saget, who will reprise his role as Danny, John Stamos as Jesse, and Dave Coulier as Joey.
The 44-year-old actress teased lifelong fans about the return of former faces on the show, urging them to “pause during some of the episodes or watch it through and then go back and watch it a second time.”
The “Growing Pains” star disclosed she and other cast members and producers wrote emails to the original cast members to ask them to return for the finale.
This comes after Entertainment Weekly reported that the show finally addressed how Lori Loughlin’s character, Aunty Becky, was excused in the finale, by saying she was far away in the Bay area.