“I will never give up on what Hallmark means to me: it’s all centered around the heart.”
Lacey Chabert She is finally addressing controversial statements made by her former colleague. candice Cameron Bure.
in a recent interview with Vulturethe 40-year-old actress spoke about her recent leadership change to the television network, saying she’s “found a real home in Hallmark.”
of mean girls Alum also said that the changes were for the better, and that the changes she felt “have been open to our creative ideas.
“It’s always been my mission,” she continued. I don’t think there are any plans to change anytime soon.”
During the interview, Chabert was asked about her thoughts on the previously established Hallmark star now switching gears to rival startup Great American Family (GAF). Lori LaughlinWhen Danica McKellar.
“I wish everyone well,” said Chabert. “I can’t comment any further other than my concern for everyone involved.”
It’s unclear if the network has attempted to put the actress on their team, as Chabert stated, “I’m with Hallmark and working for them.”
Bure joined GAF in April and signed a huge deal with the network, but last month the actress sparked controversy after an interview with GAF. wall street journal, where she said she wanted “Keeping Traditional Marriage Centered” in GAF Programming.
After fans were outraged by her initial statement, Bure, 46, shared a lengthy post on Instagram to defend her comments.