Candace Cameron Bure in Pure Bliss After Her Daughter Natasha's 'Voice' Audition

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Natasha Bure during the Blind Auditions on The Voice on Oct. 3, 2016.

Natasha Bure, daughter of Full House actress Candace Cameron Bure, is following her own path into the world of entertainment -- trying to break into music, via a blind audition for The Voice on Monday night (Oct. 3).

Leading up to her performance, Natasha Bure received support from her mother's former House-mates John Stamos and Bob Saget:

Delivering her rendition of the Elvis Presley classic "Can't Help Falling In Love", Natasha Bure's performance prompted judge Adam Levine to hit his buzzer. "I heard this self-assured girl singing really well, and it was really pretty," Levine told the young singer. "If you can work on getting your nerves together, there's something beautiful there."

He welcomed Natasha to Team Adam, and left her mother speechless. 

 

Very proud of my daughter for making #TeamAdam #TheVoice You can buy her single from last night's show on iTunes.

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