Candace Cameron Bure is getting honest!
While at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards on Sunday, the actress dished to Entertainment Tonight about growing up famous!
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While walking the red carpet in El Lay, the Full House alum admitted she wasn't really crushing on anyone when she was younger, saying:
"I don't think I had a [teen crush]."
However, people everywhere had teen crushes on her older brother, Kirk Cameron, during his time on Growing Pains.
And Miz Cameron Bure is STILL creeped out by that!
The gorgeous gal confessed:
"My brother was the heartthrob at the time and that's gross."
But now, the blonde beauty is claiming her own heartthrob status, because the lovely lady looked AH-Mazing at the TCAs!
Sooooo how does the Netflix star stay so fit? She revealed:
"New York, L.A. — it doesn't matter. I'm jumping rope on every sidewalk."
And The View cohost's bangin' bod isn't the only thing she's got going for her, because the 40-year-old is totally loving the support from Fuller House fans of ALL ages:
"It's totally awesome. It's because of the fans and the generations of fans [that] Fuller House is here and why we got all these nominations, so we are thrilled. Beyond thrilled!"
Plus, that's the not all she's thrilled about!
Candace's teenage daughter, Natasha, is rumored to have auditioned for the upcoming season of The Voice, but the proud parent kept quiet about the speculation:
I can't confirm that, but you'll have to tune in to find out if that's true or not true. She is singing [and] pursuing a singing career."
Well, that shameless plug is pretty telling! LOLz!
But in all seriousness, the California native is super supportive of the 17-year-old's passion:
"She sang on The View for my 40th birthday and I'm very proud of her."
Awww! So sweet!
We love that Candace got honest, AND that she took home two awards that night!
[Image via Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.]
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