Melissa Joan Hart Pokes Fun at Candace Cameron Bure Playing a Witch

Melissa Joan Hart and Candace Cameron-Bure
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Melissa Joan Hart poked enjoyable at Candace Cameron Bure for as soon as taking part in an evil witch throughout an outdated episode of Boy Meets World.

“It’s so humorous now as a result of, like, I can’t let you know how many individuals in bible examine and whatnot will say to me like, ‘I wasn’t allowed to look at [Sabrina the Teenage Witch] as a result of it was about witchcraft,’ however then you concentrate on Candace, who’s such a religious Christian — and she or he’s identified for that now — and she or he’s taking part in the satanic witch!” Hart, 47, stated in the course of the Monday, August 2,1 episode of “Pod Meets World,” which is hosted by Will Friedle, Rider Sturdy and Danielle Fishel.

Hart and Bure, 47, visitor starred on a season 5 episode of the enduring ‘90s present titled “The Witches of Pennbrook.” Bure snagged the function in 1995 after wrapping up Full Home, which was a part of the TGIF lineup with BMW and Sabrina.

Within the episode, Bure’s character, Millie, moved into an condo on the identical flooring as Friedle, now 47, Sturdy, now 43, and Matthew Lawrence’s characters Eric, Shawn and Jack, respectively.

Millie threw herself at Jack so she will be able to have entry to the trio’s balcony to carry out a spell. Eric walked in on her as she is surrounded by candles and talking to Devil vowing to do his bidding on Halloween.

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Whereas making an attempt to sacrifice Jack and achieve possession of the fellows’ condo, Eric took Millie and her coven down by reciting a spell he used from his “Witchcraft for Dummies” e book. The incantation pressured the ladies to go away and return their condo to them.

Melissa Joan Hart Teases Candace Cameron Bure For Playing Satanic Witch

Candace Cameron Bure and Matthew Lawrence in ‘Boy Meets World’
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Within the episode, Hart made a short cameo as her iconic TV character Sabrina Spellman. Within the closing scene, Sabrina and Eric are on the balcony, prepared to go out on a date. Eric famous he was nervous to go on a date after Jack’s earlier relationship with Millie, whereas Sabrina — who’s a witch — teased, “What’s so spooky about that?”

“I by no means as Sabrina, I feel ever performed a satanic [witch],” Hart quipped on Monday. “That’s hilarious to me.

Following Bure’s function on BMW, she went on to be outspoken about her conservative values and Christianity religion. In April 2022, Bure introduced that she was leaving Hallmark Media after working with them for 13 years for a brand new function with Nice American Media.

“I’m very excited to develop heartwarming household and faith-filled programming and make the type of tales my household and I really like to look at,” she stated in a press release on the time. “I’m consistently searching for ways in which I can encourage folks to stay life with goal. GAC matches my model completely; we share a imaginative and prescient of making compelling healthful content material for an viewers who desires to look at programming for and with the entire household.”

Seven months later, Bure opened up about her resolution to go away Hallmark and confessed she wished to work with Nice American Media to “hold conventional marriage on the core.” Her feedback led to backlash from the general public and a number of other stars.

“I’ve lengthy wished to discover a dwelling for extra faith-based programming. I’m grateful to be an integral a part of a younger and rising community. I had additionally expressed in my interview, which was not included, that individuals of all ethnicities and identities have and can proceed to contribute to the community in nice methods each in entrance of and behind the digicam, which I encourage and absolutely help,” she claimed following the criticism. “I’ve by no means been fascinated with proselytizing by way of my storytelling, however in celebrating God’s greatness in our lives by way of the tales I inform.”