The Voice: Candace Cameron Bure's daughter Natasha auditions
Team Adam Levine is shaping up to be a full house of vocal talent.
Sitcom star Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter, Natasha, followed in mom’s footsteps when she broke out on a major network TV show Monday night, auditioning for NBC’s The Voice and landing a spot on the Maroon 5 frontman’s team.
Taking the stage before coaches Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus, and Alicia Keys, Bure put a unique spin on the Elvis Presley classic “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” while her family — including her mom — cheered the 18-year-old singer on from backstage.
“Shut up!” Bure’s mother (and The View panelist), 40, exclaimed when Levine hit his red buzzer, though the pop-rocker noted the young singer’s performance sort of “fell apart” from nerves as soon as his chair turned around.
Heading into the competition, Bure got sweet support in a Twitter video made by some superstar cheerleaders in her mother’s Fuller House family.
“Natasha, we heard you’re auditioning for The Voice, and we’re rooting for you,” Bob Saget said as John Stamos jokingly mouthed the actor’s well-wishes while standing beside him. “We know you’re going to do great, Natasha. We wish you the best… we’re rooting for you.”
The elder Bure took to Instagram following Monday’s telecast, urging fans to buy Natasha’s single on iTunes.
The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC. Catch Bure’s audition (and her mom’s adorable reaction) in the tweets above.
A rotating chair-full of judges search for the next great superstar singer on this NBC reality show.