Hollywood's hottest stars came together for polo and champagne on Saturday, October 5, for the 10th Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic. Candace Cameron Bure stepped out looking classy and sassy as can be and chatted at the elite bash about being bouji, the Olsen twins and Fuller House.
The Fuller House star, 43, partied with many stars at the Polo Classic that included Kaitlynn Carter, Kirsten Dunst, Adrienne Bailon, Rumer Willis and more.
She donned a bright pink, purple and orange striped midi dress, beige straw hat and plastic sandals to the event. She also rocked a bold red-orange crossbody bag and matching lipstick. The mother of three drank champagne and spent the afternoon with her husband Valeri Bure. The longtime pair stayed close to each each all day and kept on looking cute!
The Dancing with the Stars alum dished at the event how she loves attending the polo match with her longtime husband. "It's just a fun day with my husband. It’s so bouji. We are dressed bouji, the event is… I mean, that’s why we’re here. Drink some champagne and have fun," she said.
Candace also spoke about how Fuller House is one of the first TV reboots of this generation. She continued, "I think it’s great. I think Fuller House really did kick off the reboots and it's been successful so everyone wants to see their old show come back to life. I think it’s a generational thing because that time of television was so comforting to people of my age and then all the young generation gets to learn it and watch it with their parents or grandparents. It’s kind of fun!"
As fans know, original Full House stars and TV veterans Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are not and have never been involved in the Netflix reboot. Candace admitted that still doesn't talk or ever run into the famous twins.
However, the Make It or Break It actress confessed if she ever sees their younger sister, Elizabeth Olsen, in Hollywood. "Once in a while I do. Yeah, she’s a sweetheart," she gushed over the Avengers star.
A-listers from all different walks of the entertainment industry stepped out to support Los Angeles' Will Rogers State Historic Park. Luxury champagne brand Veuve Clicquot and world-famous polo player Nacho Figueras collaborated to create an event to benefit the iconic park.
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