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See Lori Loughlin's Note to 'Fuller House' Co-star Candace Cameron Celebrating Series Finale

Joe Akins
Nov 18, 2020
12:30 P.M.
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TV star Lori Loughlin joined her former "Fuller House" colleagues in celebration, as confirmed by fellow star Candace Cameron-Bure as the show comes to an end.

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Hollywood's Candace Cameron-Bure showed off a congratulatory note sent by her pal and fellow "Fuller House" star, Lori Loughlin, as the long-running show celebrates its series finale.

On her Instagram story, Bure gave fans a glimpse of the lovely package sent by Loughlin, who was removed from the show, following the controversial moments that have riled her life for a while now.

Lori Loughlin visits the Build Brunch to discuss the Hallmark Channel TV series "When Calls the Heart" at Build Studio on February 14, 2019, in New York City | Photo: Getty Images

Lori Loughlin visits the Build Brunch to discuss the Hallmark Channel TV series "When Calls the Heart" at Build Studio on February 14, 2019, in New York City | Photo: Getty Images

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In the picturesque image, Bure showed off a lovely bouquet and a small note written and signed by Loughlin. The message was addressed to Bure, congratulating her on "a great run." Loughlin also noted her affection while adding that she missed the star actress.

It is safe to say that Bure held a significant place in Loughlin's life as she was known to have stood by the "Fuller House" alum during the scandalous period of her involvement in a college scam.

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Loughlin, who played "Aunt Becky" on the show, stopped being on "Fuller House" after she and her fashion designer spouse, Mossimo Giannulli, was charged with college scam crimes after they were found to have paid bribes to get their daughters into the University of Southern California.

Before then, the TV actress admitted that she was part of a plan to give her daughters an unfair advantage for their college admission.

A flower bouqet and a congratulatory note sent by Lori Loughlin to friend, Candace Cameron Bure. | Photo: Instagram/candacecbrue

A flower bouqet and a congratulatory note sent by Lori Loughlin to friend, Candace Cameron Bure. | Photo: Instagram/candacecbrue

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Although the case started in March 2019, Loughlin was sentenced to two months in prison at the Federal Correctional Institution of Dublin, California. She was also to pay a fine and also serve community service.

Following Loughlin's sentence, Bure showed immense support on social media. During her appearance on "Today," the actress who played "DJ Tanner" on "Fuller House" spoke beautifully about Loughlin while adding that she would always be there for her.

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Netflix's "Fuller House" terminated Loughlin's contract regarding her college scam issue while the show was preparing for the fifth and final season. In the plot, Loughlin's Aunt Becky was said to have traveled to Nebraska.

In October, Lori Loughlin, 56, reported at the Federal Correctional Institute to begin her sentence. Before then, the TV actress admitted that she was part of a plan to give her daughters an unfair advantage for their college admission.

Loughlin's spouse, Giannuli, just like his wife also has to undergo jail time, pay a fine of $250,000 and serve community service. Hopefully, these whole encounter will soon be over so the family can heal and go back to their normal lives.

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