JoJo Siwa doubles down on Candace Cameron Bure being the ‘rudest celebrity’

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JoJo Siwa doesn’t regret calling Candace Cameron Bure the “rudest” celebrity she has ever met.

During Thursday’s episode of the “Viall Files” podcast, Siwa explained that, initially, she felt guilty about giving Bure the harsh label. However, things changed after the 47-year-old spoke out about the importance of keeping “traditional marriage at the core” of her TV network.

“I wish she was able to be a little more open, more accepting,” Siwa told “Bachelor” alum Nick Viall. “I’m okay with calling her out in the way that I did.”

“For a while I regretted it, but after I found out that article about her not wanting anything to do [with] LGBTQIA+ … that’s my people. And I have to stand up for my people.”

Siwa — who is pansexual — explained that her issue wasn’t the fact that Bure wanted to do movies about heterosexual relationships, but rather that she specifically wanted to “make movies that had no representation of LGBTQIA+.”

The drama between the two celebs started in July 2022 after the “Dancing With The Stars” alum called the “Full House” star the “rudest celebrity” during a TikTok challenge.

At the time, Siwa explained that she had a “rough experience” meeting Bure when she was 11 years old.

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However, Bure eventually called Siwa to apologize and the pair seemingly buried the hatchet — until the “Fuller House” star joined the Great American Family network and vowed to keep “traditional marriages” on screen.

Soon after, Siwa slammed the actress for being “rude and hurtful” to the LGBTQIA+ community.

However, now that it’s been nearly nine months since the debacle, Siwa has come to terms with the fact that she and Bure will “never” see eye to eye.

“After reading [the article], it gave me a little sense of, ‘OK, you and her are never going to agree, you and her are never going to be friends [or] get along,” the “Dance Moms” alum told Viall.

“I’m never going to be able to change her, she’s not gonna be able to change me, we can both just live life.”

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