The ‘Full House’ actress lip-syncs with an audio clip from ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’
Candace Cameron Bure opens up about the difficulty she experiences being conservative in show business via a cheeky new TikTok.
The former “Fuller House” actress has said in the past that she tries not to engage in politics publicly after spending time on “The View” every day. However, she has noted on a few occasions that her political beliefs tend to lean towards the right. She was more candid about that fact on Wednesday when she took to TikTok to share a light-hearted lip sync video.
she captioned tiktok: “When you’re conservative in Hollywood.”
Tara sat under a tree and lip-synced to a video of a man cleverly saying: “Is it me? Am I drama? I don’t think I’m drama. Maybe I am. Am I I’m a villain? I don’t think I’m a villain.”
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audio is generated from a video Created to promote a new season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” where contestant Scarlett Envy uttered the same exact words. However, Burr repurchased him to apply to his politics.
The viral TikTok video comes a little over a week after she talked about her time on “The View” from 2015 to 2016 in which she revealed that she thinks she has PTSD from the show.
Speaking onbehind the tableThinking about the “stress and anxiety” that Burr felt during that time still made her uncomfortable.
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“I really have a pit in my stomach right now,” shared Bure People. “The only kind of stress I’ve felt in my life has come from that show. And I [have] PTSD, like, I can feel it. It was very difficult, and it was very difficult to manage that emotional stress.”
She felt “pressured” to represent conservative Americans on the show, but she was often “just trying to understand and have a general understanding of topics I didn’t want to talk about or didn’t care about.” “
Unfortunately, the actress said that not taking a firm stand on certain subjects had a negative impact on her emotional well-being.
“When I thought I was going to be on a show I had no clear opinion about or it was something I was legitimately nervous to talk about because I had an opinion about it But I knew I was the only one at the table that had my opinion, I’d just be sick to my stomach,” she continued.
“I hated that feeling. And then I’m like, ‘I don’t know who’s going to come to me,’” said the mother of three.
Bure’s politics came to the fore in January when she responded to criticism from Instagram users, saying she follows many conservative leaders and pundits on social media. She issued a brief statement saying that she also follows liberal people and just wants to get every side of a given topic.
Granthshala News’ Melissa Roberto contributed to this report.