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stay neutral? Trevor Donovan addressed the controversy sparked by Great American Media star Candace Cameron Bure, who argued that the network will vouch for "traditional marriage." The 44-year-old California native, who signed an overall deal with Great American Media in 2021, spoke about the backlash in an interview with Variety published Wednesday, Nov. 23. “I think people should be and believe what they want. as long as they are kind and accepting of others," Donovan explained. "For those of you who have followed me since 90210, you know my heart and my character. No matter who you love, no matter what race or religion you are, you matter. Through With mutual respect and acceptance, living together is possible." Trevor Donovan. Greg Allen/Invision/AP/Shutterstock Mentioning Bure, 46, directly, he went on to say, "In the few months that I've known Candace, I've found her to be friendly and passionate about her faith." The Full House graduate made headlines earlier this month after speaking about her move from Hallmark to Great American Media alongside CEO Bill Abbott, who took over the network in 2021. "My heart wants to tell stories that have more meaning, purpose and depth behind them," Cameron Bure told WSJ. magazine of her farewell. "I knew the people behind Great American Family were Christians who loved the Lord and wanted to promote faith programs and good family entertainment." When asked if Great American Media would consider showing LGBTQ+ storylines, the actress remarked: "I think Great American Family will keep the traditional marriage at its core." Abbott, who previously worked at Hallmark for two decades, also addressed plans for programming Great American Family and Great American Living. "It's certainly 2022, so we're aware of the trends," he said. "There's no whiteboard that says 'Yes, that' or 'No, we're never going to go here.'" The comments drew criticism from both fans and other celebs, including Hilarie Burton, who portrayed Cameron Bure for her remarks slammed a strongly worded tweet. "Biggot. I don't remember Jesus liking hypocrites like Candy," Virginia, 40, wrote on Nov. 15. "Why, surely. Earn your money honey. JoJo Siwa followed suit after falling out with the Fuller House graduate earlier this year. "Honestly, after everything that happened a few months ago, I can't believe that not only does she make a film with [the] intention of excluding LGBTQIA+, but then she also talks about it in the press," Dance Moms said alum, 19, wrote via Instagram. "This is rude and hurtful to an entire community of people." Amid the backlash, Cameron Bure issued a lengthy statement trying to get her point across. “All who know me know without question that I have great love and affection for all people. It absolutely breaks my heart that anyone would ever think I was intentionally trying to offend and hurt someone," she wrote via Instagram on November 16. She argued, "We need Christmas more than ever." The author of "Dancing Through Life called "those who hate what I love and who attack me online" and "those who tried to murder my character" without naming Burton. "If you know me, you know that I am a person who loves fiercely and indiscriminately," she continued. "My heart longs to build bridges and to bring people one step closer to God, to love others well and just to be a reflection of God's great love for us all." She concluded: "To all reading this, regardless of race, creed, sexuality, or political party, including those who have tried to bully me, I love you. … And in the sole motivation of pure love, I hope you will join me in sharing God's hope for the entire world this Christmas season. Call that my Christmas wish.”

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