Candace Cameron Bure is rooting for this Dancing With the Stars rookie.The Full House star took to Instagram Stories to express her love for former co-star Lori Loughlin’s daughter, Olivia Jade.
The YouTuber, whose participation in the competition has sparked controversy, will make her official DWTS debut on Monday, Sept. 20 for the season 30 premiere.Candance began her video early on Monday with, “Dancing With the Stars starts tonight.” “And if you’ve been following me for a while, you know how much I love Dancing With the Stars, and how I was on it…seven, eight, nine years ago, which is insane.” “I can’t wait to see everyone, especially Olivia Jade,” she added. “So, we’re rooting for you, and have a good time tonight!””Vote for Olivia Jade,” Candance captioned a separate post.The Hallmark actress isn’t the only celebrity who has publicly congratulated Olivia before she takes the stage at ABC.Season 30 of Dancing With the Stars Cast Revealed: Did 5 Random People Know the Celebs?Tyra Banks, the host of DWTS, spoke exclusively to E! News’ Daily Pop about the influencer’s decision to join the cast.”I think she’s very brave to come out,” the legendary supermodel admitted candidly.
“I think she’s saying to herself, ‘I’m tired of other people talking about me; it’s time for me to tell my storey, and I’m going to do it on national television and on Dancing With the Stars.'”Tyra continued, “I’ll be right there with her, assisting her in telling her storey. There’s just so much to do.
” Fans of the long-running series questioned whether Olivia should be allowed to compete after she and her family were embroiled in the infamous college admissions scandal earlier this month.Lori and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were indicted in 2019 for allegedly paying $500,000 in bribes to have their daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella Giannulli admitted to the University of Southern California (USC) as rowing recruits, despite the fact that the two were not rowers.
Mossimo and Lori both agreed to plea bargains in the case, with Mossimo serving a five-month sentence and Lori serving two months. She was released in December of last year, while he will be released in April of 2021. While the family has largely avoided the public eye, Olivia spoke out about being “publicly shamed” in a TikTok video posted just weeks before her father’s release from prison.”I believe we are all too quick to pass judgement. I believe we are all too quick to judge others “In March, she stated.
“It doesn’t matter if someone else is going through worse; in this world, you’re allowed to struggle. But that doesn’t take anything away from someone else, and it shouldn’t take anything away from you. We’re all just people.”ABC’s Dancing With the Stars returns.
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