The ‘Christmas Detour’ star said the show’s political angle made it difficult for her
Candace Cameron Bure has no plans to appear on “The View” again.
The actress recently appeared on the popular daytime talk show podcast “Behind the Table,” which features past and present co-hosts appearances. During her appearance, the “Full House” alum reflected on her time as co-host.
“My time on ‘The View’ was exciting, challenging, informative, emotional and stressful,” she recalled, per People. “It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done, but I was incredibly grateful for the opportunity to sit at the table with such talented, smart, capable women.”
The actress served as a co-host for several episodes of the show’s 17th and 18th episodes before becoming the permanent host for seasons 19 and 20 from 2015-2017.
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“I have established long-term relationships off-camera with the show’s producers, crew, talent and guests, for which I am forever grateful,” he added. Among those with whom he shared co-hosting duties were Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Raven-Symoné and more.
“While I may never want a permanent seat at the table again, it always feels like family when I come back on the show as a guest,” says Bure, 45, couple.
Since leaving the cast, Bure has appeared on the show twice, once in 2017 and once in 2018. Upon her departure, she cited her acting commitments—particularly for Netflix’s “Fuller House” and the Hallmark Channel—as reasons for leaving.
He also recalled some of his toughest moments on “The View”, admitting that “diving into politics for the first time” was not easy for him.
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“When I was asked to join the table, the show should have veered towards more green topics and less about politics,” Starr said. “Donald Trump’s entry into the presidential race. It changed everything.”
She made herself feel like she was “back to school” because she was “doing homework for four to five hours a night.”
“It was exhausting,” she admitted. “At the same time, I was traveling from Los Angeles to New York every week to be with my family on weekends. I’m surprised I kept with my schedule as much as I did.”
However, he also has some “great memories” of his time at the coveted table.
“I will always remember the hot moments with Whoopi and Joey on and off the camera,” she recalled. “The show brought me a fabulous 40th birthday party complete with surprise guests like Marilu Heiner, Sally Field, King & Country, and of course, my family. My most fun day was dressing up as Tinkerbell and going down the roof.” Had to fly. On a Halloween episode. We definitely had a lot of fun times together.”