"The Wonder Years" actor Danica McKellar and "Full House" star Candace Cameron Bure have been close for many years. Recently, they found out that they were part of a teenage love triangle.
McKellar recounted to Fox News Digital at That’s4Entertainment's '90s Con in Tampa, Florida, "So, in 1989, I think it was, a teen magazine hosted a party. Jeremy Miller, from "Growing Pains", was there. I was present, as was Candace. He approached me to become his girlfriend, and I excitedly agreed. However, unbeknownst to me then, Candace had believed that she and Jeremy were in a relationship."
"[It’s] so silly. I mean, we were so young. We were like 13 years old. So, this was not any kind of serious relationship we're talking about."
"But I found out years later on ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ I found out that she was like, ‘Oh, we were dating. I'm like, What?’ So, Jeremy, tsk tsk, not good," she said with a laugh.
"But luckily my friendship with Candace has survived just fine."
The bond between the 48-year-old and Bure is not just rooted in their history as young celebrities, but also in their spiritual beliefs, a path recently embraced by McKellar.
"I am a new believer as of April of last year, and it's been the most amazing journey and relationship," shared the former participant of "Dancing with the Stars."
McKellar actively discusses her faith journey on platforms like Instagram and the Great American Community app, which is connected to the Great American Family Channel. She has been involved in multiple projects on this channel.
"I'm reading the Bible this year all the way through, which has been [a] really amazing journey. It's a lot. It's a really long book," she said with a laugh. "But I'm going to finish by the end of the year, and it's been amazing.
"For me, it's not about religion, it's about relationship. And that's what I'm finding so fulfilling. And … I wish it and pray it for everyone to feel the kind of peace that comes with that."
The actress is channeling her passion for swing dancing into her latest part in the Great American Family's "Swing Into Romance."
In this film, McKellar portrays an ex-dancer who participates in a contest to gather funds for her family's shop. Her previous "Dancing with the Stars" partner, Gleb Savchenko, is also featured in the movie.
The latest duo on @officialdwts?? ???? Not quite - but Happy 40th Birthday to @Gleb_Savchenko ! And what better way than to celebrate him in his first acting job that I had the honor of doing with him (which I can't promote due to the strike.) Bravo, superstar! ????@GAfamilyTV pic.twitter.com/4TGOkZfuXF
— Danica McKellar (@danicamckellar) September 16, 2023
"Swing into Romance" is set to debut on Oct. 7 on Great American Family.
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