'DWTS' Costumes Will Stay 'Modest,' Says Candace Cameron Bure

Former "Full House" star is a devout Christian and says she will not take a backseat on dance, costumes.
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We'll turn to Candace Cameron Bure. She, of course, one of the stars on "Dancing with the stars," but letting it be known she is one star who will not be hitting the ballroom with sexy steps and costumes. ABC's Reena ninan is here with that story. Good morning to you. Good morning to you, josh. You know, there is many moves she's done on the dance floor, she's shown them to her audience but one thing producers, viewers, no one can make her do. ? ? say something ? Reporter: Rumba dance, sensual and sad. But for "Dancing with the stars" Candace Cameron Bure a devout Christian there is one line she will not cross no matter what anyone says. And that's it. That's it. No show. Might be the one -- Might be the one. No, I have to think about that. 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. Reporter: She says while she is a sexual woman -- I want to reserve certain things to are my husband so we -- we did the best we could with the rumba that I felt comfortable doing. Reporter: Remaining true to herself has been a priority since the competition began. What are you nervous about? I'm not going to be your sexy girl, you know what I mean. I'm a mom of three kids so I want to look good and feel beautiful but I will probably say I'm more modest in costuming. Reporter: But is a little flirting necessarily a bad thing? Unintentionally I think sometimes if the spark has been lost from a relationship then sometimes it can make someone recognize what they're potentially going to lose and can reignite a spark. But I don't recommend it. I think anybody who is intentionally trying to get attention to make their spouse jealous is asking for trouble. Stephanie is a child. I am a woman. Reporter: Best known for her role as a squeaky clean D.J. Tanner in "Full house," the 37-year-old wife and mother of three recently made headlines when she admitted in her latest book to taking a submissive role in her 18-year marriage. She explained on Huffington post live. The definition I'm using with the word submissive is the biblical definition of that so it is meekness. It is not weakness, meek is having its strength under control. It is bridled strength. Reporter: So how much backlash has she received from standing by her Christian values? She says not much. Her reason for not going sexy, she's putting her faith and her family first. Send it back to you. All right, Reena, thank you for that. We asked you earlier with our "Gma" flash poll is it okay to dance sexily with someone other than your spouse? 15% of you said yes, which doing the math and carrying the 4 means 85% of you said no. I do believe we should have included a clause for if you're appearing on a national program where dancing is required. I was saying to Lara too, the idea of sexy, I feel that's one of the eye of the beholder things. It's not if you are or not. I guess it's if somebody fines you that or not. So -- lots to -- parsing this is just my seamless segue to "The jury's out," my friends. I'm sorry. I do want to say you can catch "Dancing with the stars," robin's judging debut, Monday, 8:00, 7:00 central. She has been training for that. Yes. I am taking it seriously. You've got guns. I'm going to have fun but I'm really taking seriously and getting advice from people and going to get out there early so I can study all the dances but that's another story. There's a hook. It's something -- there's a personal aspect to the judging which is -- it's a really great idea. We will reveal all -- Leave it there. At the end.

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