Candace Cameron Bure has responded to criticism of her statements that her new television home Great American Family would not be featuring gay couples in lead roles.In a lengthy statement provided to People on Wednesday, Bure defended herself and the network and said that the backlash from stars including JoJo Siwa and Hilarie Burton 'breaks my heart.'While Bure, 46, claimed that people of 'all ethnicities and identities' would be able to 'contribute to the network' both on screen and behind the camera, she appeared to avoid the issue of Great American Family's apparent ban on gay lead characters, while claiming the backlash was created by the 'media,' rather than the stars who took issue with her earlier statements about the network to the Wall Street Journal.
Speaking out: Candace Cameron Bure issued a statement to People on Wednesday responding to backlash over her comments that network Great American Family would not feature gay couples in leading roles; seen in 2019In her statement, Bure said she had 'great love and affection for all people.''It absolutely breaks my heart that anyone would ever think I intentionally would want to offend and hurt anyone,' she began.
But she added, 'It saddens me that the media is often seeking to divide us, even around a subject as comforting and merry as Christmas movies.
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