From Fuller House to the hosting chair!
Apparently, Bure will be filling in the "pseudo-conservative white woman" seat formerly occupied by Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Nicolle Wallace. (Remember: Before scoring the Full House reboot, Bure was busy writing books about how she's "biblically submissive" to her husband; in a recent guest spot on The View, Bure threw down with Raven-Symone about whether bakeries should have to bake cakes for same-sex weddings.)
Faris is taking over the "actual journalist" role originated by Barbara Walters.
They will be joined by Whoopi Goldberg, Raven-Symone, and Michelle Collins.
Variety reports Faris will only be on the weekday show Mondays through Thursdays; she'll get Fridays off so she can keep her gig at GMA.
Bure is set to film Fuller House from now through November, so it's unclear exactly how she'll fit a hosting gig in New York City in that schedule. But we can't wait for Raven-Symone to pump her for Fuller House scoop. Bure recently Instagrammed a photo from the first Fuller House table read:
Will you tune in for the new hosts? How do you think they'll all get along?
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