Jonathan Bennett, another star of the Hallmark Channel, has responded to Candace Cameron Bure’s claim that the Great American Family network “will keep traditional marriage at the center” by offering his own thoughts on the matter. Check out his reply.,.
Jonathan Bennett values his place in the Hallmark organization.
Full House alum and current chief creative officer at the Great American Family network Candace Cameron Bure recently stated that the network “will keep traditional marriage at the core,” prompting this actor to respond.,.
Jonathan, who recently wed Jaymes Vaughan, told E! News exclusively on the Welcome to Chippendales red carpet, “I’m just proud to be part of Hallmark channel that is providing so much inclusive programming like The Holiday Sitter, which is an LGBTQ+ lead Christmas movie.”
Christmas is for everyone, and so is Hallmark, so it makes me so glad to be a part of the team at Hallmark that makes beautiful movies for everyone to enjoy.”
When Jonathan’s new movie The Holiday Sitter arrives on Hallmark on December 11th, what else can fans anticipate?
He proclaimed, “It is the funniest movie with so much heart and so much laughter.” And I anticipate the crowd going crazy over that.
Since Jonathan’s husband Jaymes is a previous host on Chippendales, the release of Welcome to Chippendales on Hulu on November 22 also has people talking.,.
The Mean Girls star explained their union as a “dream” for anyone curious about what it’s like.
Jonathan explained that his marriage to the former presenter of the Chippendales was like fulfilling a childhood fantasy: “Oh, I’m going to marry a Chippendale one day,” he remarked.
It’s a very unusual sensation. It’s hilarious, in my opinion, because who do you think Aaron Samuels would marry when he’s older—a Chippendale? Absolutely ideal! Oh, it’s amazing.”