Candace Cameron Bure is one of the many women who have sat at the Hot Topics table "View" and, from that voice, he did not regret going away from him.
From 2015-2016, TV stars were one of the regular co-hosts, before he left to concentrate on "Fuller House" The Netflix series and a series of Hallmark films.
While he was happy to talk about the transition to full-time "family entertainment" on Tuesday "The Wendy Williams Show," the host uses it as a way to ask what we really want to know.
"I chose to be in family entertainment, it was a deliberate decision on my part," Bure explained. "I never wanted to go on a dark road, even as an actress."
Williams saw it as the right moment to ask, "Miss & # 39; The View & # 39 ;?"
After calling the topic transition smooth, Bure answered. "I didn't miss & # 39; The View, & # 39; at all," he explained. "I like being on talk shows, I like to hold talk shows, but it's a difficult job every day, talking politics."
Wendy then asked that it was difficult to talk about Christianity so much on the show, something that triggered it one very memorable battle with Raven-Symone.
"It's the easiest part for me, to be able to talk about my faith and share my faith," Bure answered. "I'm happy now I'm not on the show and talking about a lighter topic now," he added, laughing.
Williams then asked whether he had faced criticism or professional impact for his beliefs in the past.
"I have experienced discrimination in the belief department, in my career, but I don't experience it now," he explained. "I think because so many people know me because of that, I think they look at me for my faith. If they don't look for it, they don't hire me."
He added that he had been ordered to appear as a guest for shows in the past, only to be "canceled a few days before," because of his belief. "The order will go, & # 39; Oh yes, we don't want it. & # 39; I've experienced it a number of times."
Season 3 of "Fuller House" hits Netflix December 14 2018.