Dancing With The Stars, DWTS

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Candace Cameron Bure hasn't been shy in the past when opening up about her "submissive" role in her marriage, so how does the former Full House star justify shaking her stuff on a sexy show like Dancing With the Stars?

"You know, I feel like a sexual woman...I've been married for 18 years," the mother of three responded when host Erin Andrews asked the star how she balances her religious beliefs while performing a sexy dance. "I am a sexual woman. But, you know, I want to reserve certain things for my husband. So we did, I think, the best that we could with the rumba that I still felt comfortable doing."

And while Cameron Bure and partner Mark Ballas ended with a decent score, nabbing a 7 from all three judges, their road to their romantic rumba wasn't exactly smooth sailing.

"I'm a Christian. My life revolves around my relationship with Jesus Christ, so with the overall tone of the dance or the costumes, I'm not going to take a backseat. My voice will definitely be heard," the conservative star says in the clip.

In the BTS video, the partners are seen disagreeing over costume choices, as Cameron Bure nixes Ballas' plans to go shirtless, to which he replies, "You're worse than Bristol Palin. And she was bad."

"This rumba is not a sexual dance," Cameron Bure continues. "It's a sensual emotional dance. Sensual is more sexy than raunchy sexy, so I think this is going to be a beautiful dance," she said of the rumba, which the duo performed to tune of "Say Something."

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Despite the fact that the pair may have fared better last week, the show was still exciting for the blond beauty, whose family was not only in the audience, but her ex Jeremy Miller of Growing Pains fame was also in attendance as well.

Last week, it was revealed that Cameron Bure and fellow contestant and beloved '90s TV star Danica McKellar both previously dated Miller back when they were teenage girls.

So who is he rooting for in the competition?

"It's got to be both of them, they both did so fabulous last week, there's no way I could honestly pick," he said before adding, "Besides, they'd kill me."

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