From one former child star to another!
When Candace Cameron Bure watched Miley Cyrus' raunchy VMA performance, she felt the way most people felt: shocked.
Life & Style caught up with the former Full House star, who played DJ Tanner on the hit series, at the Starlight Children's Foundation 30th anniversary party in LA. When asked if she thinks Miley needs help, she offered up this response.
"I think she's kind of being a typical 20-year-old that has a lot of fame and money and it's probably natural for her to feel that way," Candace tells Life & Style. "So I don't condemn her in any way for that. It's my choice if I want to watch her or invest my money."
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Following Miley's outrageous number, which had her grinding on Robin Thicke and making sexual gestures with a foam finger, Candace, 37, felt compelled to write about it on her website.
"I can't compare myself to the fame that Miley has. Clearly I was not that famous as a child star," the actress, who has three children with husband Valeri Bure, tells the mag. "Obviously she's an adult now and she can make whatever decision she wants! I may not agree with them, the world may not agree with them, but she's allowed to do that."
In her blog, Candace says she was surprised to see Miley's mom, Tish, applauding her daughter after the VMA spectacle.
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"That was such a questionable move to me. I was very surprised that her mom was applauding her," she tells Life & Style. "I think if I would've done that even as an adult, my mom or dad would've run up and grabbed me off that stage. But I'm not her mom. I don't know what goes on in the details of her life, so I'm not there to judge her for that."
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By Chantal Waldholz / @blondieewood