Candace Cameron Bure Tired Of Being A Superwoman; Leaves ABC's "The View"
Candace Cameron has returned to ABC's morning chatfest, "The View" after some hiatus. However, she came back with a sad announcement. She revealed she will be exiting the morning show.
The "Fuller House" star Candace Cameron has been one of the hosts of "The View" for two seasons already. She recently took some time off to focus filming on her current project in California.
According to Variety, Candace Cameron is now going to make her "Netflix and chill" plan happen; saying goodbye to her co-hosting gig on ABC's morning show and focusing on her Netflix series project. On Thursday's episode, the "Fuller House" actress said she feels happy and sad as well as because she came back merely to announce she will leave the show. She said it was a hard decision to make.
Even so, Candace Cameron explained, her commitments to "Fuller House" and its network has become bigger as the show progresses. The actress has been working on Netflix's "Fuller House" reboot and "The View" at the same time.
Thus, every week, she has to travel back and forth from Los Angeles to New York -- which, of course, is exhausting for her and her family. Candace Cameron also explained she wants to spend more time with her children.
Additionally, Candace Cameron took some time to thank her co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar for welcoming her on the show. She also said she tried to be like Superwoman having multiple jobs but now, she is going to "not try anymore." She also expressed her gratitude towards Barbara Walters, the creator of the show, and to Candi Carter, "The View's showrunner.
Meanwhile, Carter issued a statement saying it was a pleasure working with Candace Cameron. She also applauded the actress for being "a devoted mother, talented actress, and passionate co-host who never hesitated to speak her mind," Fox News reports.