“I had a rough experience when I was younger. I was 11, and I was a huge, big fan, and I wanted to take a picture with him.”
JoJo Siwa has revealed more about her past encounter with Candace Cameron Bure.
One reaction that caught fans’ attention was her response to the “rude personality” she had ever met, whom she called Candace.
But flashing a picture of the bus fuller house As soon as the question popped up on screen, JoJo didn’t give fans any more information about her and Candace’s past encounters.
Well, the clip quickly garnered a lot of attention online, and before long, Candace weighed in on the topic.
Sharing the five-minute video on her Instagram page, Candace began by explaining that she had actually called JoJo so she could talk to him.
“I immediately tried to reach her through mutual friends, and my publicist contacted her manager, and I DMed her because I didn’t know what happened — I didn’t know!” Candace said.
,[JoJo] really didn’t want to tell me [what had happened] Because she said it was so silly, she felt bad, and so it wasn’t a big deal to her,” Candace continued. “But then she said, ‘I met you’ fuller house Premiere when I was 11, and we were all on the red carpet.'”
According to Candace, JoJo told her: “I came up to you and said, ‘Can I take a picture with you?’ And you said to me, ‘Not now.’ And then proceeded to do what you were doing and take pictures with other people on the red carpet.”
Recalling their recent conversation, Candace said that she said to JoJo, “Oh JoJo, I’m so sorry,” to which JoJo reportedly replied, “Yeah, you weren’t even mean, and I don’t mind it. I get as an adult now — when you’re on the red carpet and everything is happening and you’re being pulled in different directions. But I was 11 at the time.”
Candace ended things by saying that she and JoJo were on great terms, “I told JoJo how much I have always appreciated her because she has been a good role model because of the positivity she has throughout her life and career. she said she still likes to watch full house And sees him fall asleep and it’s a relaxing show for him, so we had all the experiences and it was all good, and there’s no drama. ,
Well, JoJo has now spoken more about the past experience, detailing her and Candace’s encounter from her point of view in an exclusive video. page six,
“I had a difficult experience when I was younger,” she said. “I was 11, and I was a big, big fan, and I wanted to take a picture with him, and it wasn’t a good time for him.”
However, according to Page Six, JoJo emphasized that her “bad experience” with Candace certainly doesn’t mean she’s “the worst person ever.”
“I think it was an inconvenient time for him, and as a little 11-year-old I was just so excited and excited, but that doesn’t mean he’s the worst person I’ve ever been,” she explained. “It was just, you know, it was a tough experience for me.”
The young star also revealed a bunch of other thoughts on various famous faces in JoJo’s now-viral TikTok video.
Zendaya, 19, listed her “celebrity crush”, Miley Cyrus as her “coolest” celeb, and Elton John as her “coolest”.
Interestingly, JoJo labeled the celebrity “the one who did”. [her] Dirty” as Sponge Bob Squarepants—which many interpreted as a dig at Nickelodeon, in light of his rocky history with the network.
Back in April, JoJo publicly aired after revealing her grievances to Nickelodeon that she was not invited For its annual Kids’ Choice Awards.
“A lot of you have been asking me why I’m not at the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards tonight, and the answer is very simple – I wasn’t invited. I’m not sure why, but I’m not invited right now Found it,” she said in a clip posted on her Instagram page.
Given that JoJo’s relationship with Nickelodeon goes back years, and that she regularly attends awards shows, many fans couldn’t help but question whether her change in public image — last January. has come out openly in the U.S. – may have played a role in his decision not to invite him to the KCA this year.
And JoJo seems to agree with the speculation, as she publicly retweeted several posts accusing Nickelodeon of purposefully excluding her from the event because of the change in image.
Moments later, she retweeted a post from a follower who wrote: “obsessed with teen girls who don’t take the shit out of their employment networks and refuse to be anything but themselves. Being associated with a kids’ channel shouldn’t mean you stop being yourself .