Tori Spelling Praises Candace Cameron Bure For Apology From JoJo Siwa

Tori Spelling called Candace Cameron Bure an “inspiration” after the “Fuller House” alum apologized to Jojo Siwa amid their unlikely feud.

“You are officially my spirit animal!” the “BH90210” alum, 49, commented on Bure’s apology video posted Tuesday via Instagram.

‘So eloquently said,’ she continued. “I’m sitting here crying 😭 watching this video. Rings sooooo true. You are truly an inspiration! Love you. Xo.”

Other celebrities shared their support, from Teen Mom 2’s Bristol Palin to the late Bob Saget’s wife, Kelly Rizzo.

“I ran into you outside the hotel in NYC years ago, I was over the moon and had to say hello, you were one of the absolute nicest people I’ve ever met,” Palin, 31, wrote.

Rizzo, 43, added: “Haha geez Candace! Why are you so mean!?!? 😂😂 (yeah you’re the best ever…so crazy you even had to spill all the tea…if that’s how the kids say it these days).”

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The “Fuller House” alum spoke about the unlikely feud via Instagram on Tuesday.

Bure, 46, posted the upload on social media a day after Siwa, 19, flashed a photo of the “Full House” alum calling the “rudest celebrity” she’s ever met on TikTok.

The sentiments of the “So You Think You Can Dance” jury stemmed from a 2016 red carpet interaction, Bure revealed while describing a recent phone call in which the drama spiraled out of control.

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On Monday, Siwa called Bure the “rudest celebrity” she’s ever met at a TikTok.
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Siwa asked the actress for photos at the time, with Bure telling the dancer “not now” to only take photos with other children.

Bure said things are “all right” between them now before she shares a “lesson” with her Instagram followers.

“Even a 10-second trending TikTok video can wreak havoc because our words matter and our actions matter,” said the former “View” host. “We all influence the people around us.”

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The duo is now “all good,” Bure said.
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As for her own actions, Bure referred to herself as a “human being” who has “stressed” days. “I’m proud to be a nice person,” she said.

Before asking the audience to “keep going,” the Hallmark star concluded, “Every year I get older I grow and mature and just hope we can all have mercy on each other.”

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