Candace Cameron Bure's Message About Bob Saget's Death Is Tear Jerking

The cast of "Full House" is weighing in with their thoughts on the sudden death of their former co-star Bob Saget, and the messages are heartbreaking.

News broke on January 9 that actor and comedian Saget was found dead in a Ritz-Carlton hotel room by Florida authorities, according to TMZ. The sudden death of the 65 year old came as a shock to Hollywood as the comedian was in the middle of a stand-up tour across the United States.

"I am broken. I am gutted. I am in complete and utter shock. I will never ever have another friend like him," wrote Saget's former co-star, John Stamos, on Twitter. "I love you so much Bobby." Stamos and Saget worked together on the legendary ABC sitcom "Full House" from 1987 to 1995. The show coined Saget as "America's Dad" as viewers watched Danny Tanner (played by Saget) raise three daughters with the help of his brother-in-law (Stamos) and best friend (played by Dave Coulier). The comedy series ran for eight seasons, 192 episodes, and brought in over 17 million viewers in its peak in Season 5, per Variety.

Actor Candace Cameron Bure, who played Saget's teenage daughter D.J. Tanner, took to Twitter to share a tear-jerking message about her on-set dad from the 1990s.

Candace Cameron Bure and Bob Saget had an 'instant connection'

Adding to a growing list of celebrities reacting to the sudden death of actor and comedian Bob Saget, "Full House" star Candace Cameron Bure opened up her heart in a tweet that left fans emotional.

"I don't know what to say," Bure began with a broken-heart emoji. "I have no words. Bob was one of the best human beings I've ever known in my life. I loved him so much." Bure began working with Saget when she was just 11 years old, ending her time on "Full House" at 18.

Just a year before Saget's death, the two gushed over what it was like working together on their 1990's sitcom and how they had an "instant connection" as a father-daughter duo. "We came from the same place," said Saget to Bure on his "Here For You" podcast" (via Today). "People might think I'm always 20,000 miles an hour, but not really. You kind of grounded me." Bure stepped in, calling Saget "one of the most emotional" and "sensitive people" she knows. "Your acting has always come from that. It's always been so grounded and real, and you have always pulled from your heart strings," she said. "You are so accessible to all of those emotions, and that's why we connected. ... We bounced off each other well."

Candace Cameron Bure remembers Bob Saget

Candace Cameron Bure's heartbreaking message about the loss of her TV dad Bob Saget didn't end with a tweet. Following the news of Saget's death, Bure posted on Instagram in the famed comic's memory, further revealing her emotions about the tragedy. Bure's post saw three intimate behind-the-scenes shots of Saget and Bure sharing a hug. "I love you sooooo much," the Hallmark actor wrote. "I don't want to say goodbye," she continued, adding a broken heart emoji. "35 years wasn't long enough."

Bure's memorial post wasn't the first time Saget was featured on her social media. Ever-active on Instagram, Bure has posted several throwback photos with Saget over the years, remembering her "Full House" days and celebrating the sitcom's reboot, "Fuller House." In 2017, Bure reposted a sweet behind-the-scenes selfie Saget took with his on-screen daughter. "Love this girl since she was nine," Saget wrote, "@CandaceCBure is now a beautiful woman. And yet I haven't aged. Life is beautiful."

Candace Cameron Bure and Bob Saget cried over each other

Prior to the famous comic's death, Bob Saget and Candace Cameron Bure were known to get emotional over one another as TV father and daughter. While the cast appeared on "The View" in 2017 ahead of "Fuller House" Season 3, it was revealed that Bure gets teary-eyed when talking about the beloved actor. Saget responded, "I cry every time I talk about her, 'cause I'm always cutting onions."

Saget always had strong emotions tied to his on-screen family. When "Fuller House" came to an end, Saget admitted he was "crying all over the place" to Us Weekly. "It brought back a lot of memories for me," he said of the show's original production. Bure confirmed her "Fuller House" dad got emotional over her and their longtime co-stars, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber, telling Us Weekly in 2019, "I think Bob cried more than we did."