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Olivia Jade Giannulli is supporting her mom, Lori Loughlin, as she prepares to return to TV after a two-year break, while she deals with the college admissions scandal.

The “Full House” star’s entire family is getting back to work as Olivia Jade is in the middle of competing with pro partner Val Chmerkovskiy on the latest season of “Dancing with the Stars.”


The two sat down with Entertainment Tonight’s Matt Cohen after this week’s show, where the YouTube star was asked about her mom’s return to her “When Calls the Heart” role.

“I’m so excited for him,” Jade said with a big smile.

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Lori Loughlin begins her 2-month prison sentence for role in college admissions scandal

Olivia Jade is probably feeling a kinship with her mother right now as she also faced some critics who criticized her return to the public eye after her parents, Loughlin, and fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli were involved in the scheme. But questioned.

Both pleaded guilty to paying him and his sister, Isabella, $500,000 to enroll at the University of Southern California as a recruit in the crew team, with neither girl ever participating in the sport.

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Loughlin was removed but from his role Netflix revival seriesfuller houseAlso in 2019 came to light from the Hallmark series “When Calls the Heart” after her participation. However, last week time limit reported that on Season 2’s return to the GAC family, Loughlin is returning to acting, reprising her Abigail Stanton character in the “When Hope Calls” spinoff series, “When Hope Calls”.

Actor Lori Loughlin, and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, leave federal court after facing charges in a nationwide college admissions fraud scheme in Boston, Massachusetts, US, April 3, 2019.

Loughlin will reportedly appear in the two-part Season 2 premiere titled “When Hope Calls: A Country Christmas.” The December 18 premiere will mark the actress’s first step into acting, or any public appearance outside the courtroom, as essentially stepping away from the profession she was dealing with the fallout of the scandal.

In December, Loughlin ended up serving two months behind bars for his role in the scandal. She agreed to serve two months and pay a fine of $150,000 along with two years of supervised release and 100 hours of community service.

Meanwhile, Giannulli was ordered to pay a $250,000 fine, along with two years of supervised release and 250 hours of community service, as well as a five-month prison sentence. He came out of jail in April.