The new season of ‘The Voice’ is going to be a full house! Candace Cameron-Bure’s beautiful daughter Natasha auditioned for season 11 of the reality competition, according to a new report! Her famous mom is a big fan of Adam Levine and Blake Shelton!
Candace’s 17-year-old daughter Natasha recently took to The Voice stage to audition for season 11, Us Weekly reports. The 40-year-old Fuller House star was on set during the blind auditions to support her daughter. How sweet!
If Natasha does make it on the show, Candace already knows who her daughter should pick as her judge. “I would probably say between Adam and Blake, because the other two judges rotate,” Candace told the outlet. “So maybe one that is there all the time. But you know, everyone they have on that show is unbelievable. I love watching that show. Adam’s a cutie and so is Blake. They are adorable together.”
Natasha is the oldest child of Candace and husband Valeri Bure’s three children. Everyone got a taste of Natasha’s talent when she sang on The View — her mom is a co-host — with For King & Country back in April 2016. She’s posted a number of clips of herself singing on Instagram.
Natasha isn’t the only person connected to Hollywood who’s auditioned for The Voice before. Tony Lucca, 40, a former Disney Mouseketeer, was the season 2 runner-up. Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope, 26, appeared on Degrassi Goes Hollywood. Alisan Porter, 35, who starred in Curly Sue, won season 10. Natasha’s certainly got the singing chops to go all the way!
The Voice season 11 premieres on Sept. 19. Veteran judges Blake Shelton, 40, and Adam Levine, 37, will be joined by new judges Miley Cyrus, 23, and Alicia Keys, 35. The season 11 mentors include Charlie Puth, 24, Bette Midler, 70, Sammy Hagar, 68, and Joan Jett, 57.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Natasha will win The Voice? Let us know!