"It's totally awesome," Bure told ET's Denny Directo on the teal carpet outside the awards show at The Forum in Inglewood, California on Sunday. "It's because of the fans and the generations of fans [that] Fuller House is here and why we got all these nominations, so we are thrilled. Beyond thrilled!"
Bure addressed her effective fitness regimen, which she routinely documents on social media and includes quite a lot of outdoor calisthenics, admitting that she's worked out on a lot of city streets.
"New York, L.A. -- it doesn't matter. I'm jumping rope on every sidewalk," Bure joked.
As she gets in shape, wins awards and stars in a hit comedy series, Bure is bound to pick up some attracted admirers from the new generation of Fuller House viewers. However, the former child star said that she never really had a crush on any celeb when she was a teen herself.
"I don't think I had a [teen crush]," she recounted.
"My brother was the heartthrob at the time and that's gross," Bure added, referring to her 45-year-old sibling, Kirk Cameron, who starred as Mike Seaver on the popular sitcom Growing Pains.
And it seems show business is continuing to run in her family. Rumors began swirling recently that Bure’s 17-year-old daughter, Natasha, auditioned for the upcoming season of The Voice. However, the proud mama played coy about the speculation.
"I can't confirm that, but you'll have to tune in to find out if that's true or not true," she shared, admitting, "She is singing [and] pursuing a singing career."
"She sang on The View for my 40th birthday and I'm very proud of her," Bure added.