Good news for fans of both of D.J.'s suitors on Fuller House-neither Steve (Scott Weinger) nor Matt (John Brotherton) are going anywhere in the upcoming second season!
In an exclusive interview with Enstars, Candace Cameron Bure, who portrays D.J. on the Netflix series, explained to us that the new season would still see plenty of "Team Matt" vs. 'Team Steve," as neither guy is ready to give up on her.
"Team Matt and Team Steve, they're still in the game, they're both going to be back for season 2," she says. "I [also] think Stephanie's going to have a new love interest...and my character D.J.'s going to focus more on the kids this year as well, lots of parenting storylines, which I love."
She also revealed that the show was going to have some "surprise guests" as well, and though she couldn't say who they were, she promises fans are going to love them.
"And we're also going to have some really fun surprise guests this season, which I can't tell you, but they're pretty great," she says.
In addition for preparing for the second season of the show (which she says production starts on next week), Bure has also been keeping busy with other projects. Along with cheering on her co-star Jodie Sweetin as she competes on Dancing with the Stars and keeping up her co-hosting duties on The View, she's partnered up with Unilever for their new #ReimagineRecycling campaign, where she is hoping to encourage fans and others to start recycling their bathroom products in addition to the ones they recycle from their kitchens--something she admits she was guilty of not doing beforehand either.
"I've always recycled at home, but I've always recycled in my kitchen...and when I learned that only 14 percent of Americans recycle bathroom products, which I was totally guilty of not doing, I thought this was a great campaign to be a part of," she says. "So your lotions, shampoos, body wash, makeup containers, all of that stuff."
Watch our full interview below!