Candace Cameron Bure Celebrates Being in a 'Jeopardy!' Question: 'Made It'

Candace Cameron Bure

Candace Cameron Bure is having a proud career moment.

The former child star and holiday film actress celebrated a major milestone this week: being featured in a Jeopardy! clue not just once but for the second time.

Cameron Bure, 47, took to Instagram to document the momentous achievement after the Friday, March 22 episode of the beloved game show included a question about her hit series Fuller House, a reboot of the classic family sitcomFull House.

Under the category labeled "'House' of Entertainment," the clue read: "Candace Cameron Bure & Jodie Sweetin got some yuks on the Netflix reboot with this title."

Obviously, Cameron Bure knew the answer was none other than the Netflix original series in which she reprised her famous role as D.J. Tanner.

"What is Fuller House," Cameron Bure wrote on Instagram on Saturday. She also shared a picture of a paused TV screen to document the momentous achievement for all her followers.

"Made it as a Jeopardy question again!!!!! 🤗" the actress beamed in her caption.

Cameron Bure was featured as the answer to a Jeopardy! question over four years ago with the clue: "Candace Cameron Bure stars as a grown-up, raising kids of her own, on this reboot." Fuller House was once again the answer.

The former Hallmark channel movie star was taking a break from social media at the time, only to come back to Instagram to celebrate the iconic moment.

"I guess Jeopardy! brought me back from my social media break 🙈😜," she joked in her post from January 2020, before fan-girling over the exciting accomplishment. "This makes me giggle so much—being one of tonight's questions for the Greatest of All Time contestants."

She repeated the answer, "What is Fuller House," as if her followers needed help figuring it out!

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