Exclusive — Candace Cameron Bure Weighs in on Jodie\'s \'DWTS\' Run
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Candace Cameron Bure

Exclusive — Candace Cameron Bure Weighs in on Jodie’s ‘DWTS’ Run

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Jodie Sweetin's number one Dancing With the Stars fan might just be on-screen sis Candace Cameron Bure.

Wetpaint caught up with the Season 18 finalist for Eating Recovery Day, and she also chatted with us about how she thinks her Fuller House co-star is doing on Season 22.

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"I really love watching her dance," the 40-year-old said of her Full House little sister. "For me, her arms are so beautiful and so graceful. I think because I struggled with that, I pay attention to people's arms and she is just so naturally — her extensions are beautiful."

She added that Jodie has "progressed so much from her first few dances to where she is now, even with her facial expressions and the emotion ... I think she's done beautifully."

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And yes, it goes without question that she's voting for her 34-year-old co-star.

"Of course! She's my little sister! She's my girl!"

Speaking of the intersection of DWTS and Fuller House, Candace also teased that she really hopes Maks and Val Chmerkovskiy will return as guest stars for the next season of the Netflix hit.

"I don't know if they will be [back], but I'd love it!" she dished. "It's just like my dream."

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On Tuesday, May 3, Candace, who has been very open about her own struggle with bulimia, helped celebrate the first ever Eating Recovery Day, hosted by the Eating Recovery center.

"I feel very privileged and honored that I can be a voice and an ambassador for Eating Recovery," she explained to us.

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​"I was thrilled to team up with the Eating Recovery center because they are the leading resource in what they do and in helping [others]," she added. "And for me, as much as I love my work and everything else that I do, the celebrity aspect of it is when you can help other people with it and share a story, and that's like a no-brainer for me."

You can catch Jodie on Dancing With the Stars on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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