Candace Cameron Burer of Hallmark’s ‘Christmas Queen’ explains why she experienced ‘overwhelming pressure’


Candace Cameron Bure was crowned Hallmark Channel’s “Queen of Christmas” after making her 10th Holiday film.

The actress, who is currently starring in “Christmas Contest,” at first admitted it was overwhelming.

“I felt a tremendous amount of stress [last year] Every movie does well in ratings, ”the 45-year-old said recently We have a weekly newspaper. “And then you always want to hit that mark and exceed that mark. And last year, I finally gave up because that’s not the reason I make these films.”

The former “Fuller House” star said it’s crucial to make family-friendly programs. And she’s not ready to pass up her coveted title anytime soon.

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Candace Cameron Bure said that creating family-friendly programs is important to her.
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“I make them because I love them,” Cameron Bure explained. “And I know that the viewers who watch them really love them and they mean something to them. I always try to do the best I can for myself, but last year I let the pressure.”

“It made it a lot better because I enjoyed it,” he continued. “And, you know, I try not to think about all the other identities. Whatever it is, just enjoy it.”

In July 2020, Cameron Bure told LBL she was proud of her Christian beliefs.

“My faith is really the foundation of who I am,” the actress explained. “It’s very important to me and it’s always a part of me, whether it’s at home or in private, or when I’m reading the Bible in Bible study. But at work, and at work, the choices and companies I choose to work with and the projects I choose to take on.”

(LR) Candace Cameron Beure is the proud mother of three children.

(LR) Candace Cameron Beure is the proud mother of three children.
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“To me, the Bible is true,” Cameron Bure continued. “I can always go back to the Word of God and find the hope, encouragement, positivity, faith I know in Jesus. So even if life doesn’t go the way I want it to, it will never fail. I know that God controls everything.

“I live by faith in everything, everything I do, and in every aspect of my life. So it’s not just me relying on or crutches. I mean, that’s really who I am. How does that help me? It’s hard to say because it’s a part of my existence.”

The “Fuller House” star admitted that, over the years, he had to pass several scripts because he did not fit in with his beliefs.

“I have a lot of them, delivering projects, saying no to projects because they don’t feel right to me,” he shares. “And most of them are because of the boundaries I have created for myself within the choices I am going to make. And some of them are really easy to pass up.”

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Candace Cameron Bure (center) with her 'Fuller House' character mates Jodie Sweetin (left) and Andrea Barber.

Candace Cameron Bure (center) with her ‘Fuller House’ character mates Jodie Sweetin (left) and Andrea Barber.
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However, Cameron Bure has revealed that while some projects may seem tempting, her faith has always been first in her career.

“For some of them, it definitely hurts,” said Cameron Beure. “There are some things I want, and you want to be like, ‘Uh, it’s not too bad.’ But in my heart, I think, ‘But this isn’t right for me.’ And that’s what I always believed. Or if there is some kind of red flag in my heart, I can repent of this.

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