There was a familiar face on the Oct. 3 episode of ‘The Voice’ — D.J. Tanner from ‘Full House’! But Candace Cameron-Bure was putting her career on hold for the night, and instead, was there to support her daughter, Natasha, who auditioned for the show. But did the 18-year-old make it onto a team?
It was revealed months ago that Candace Cameron-Bure’s 18-year-old daughter, Natasha Bure, had auditioned for Season 11 of The Voice, and on the final night of Blind Auditions, we finally got to see her in action. The teenager’s loving parents were by her side as she prepared to perform in front of Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys, and she relied on their support as the nerves kicked in just before she took the stage.
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Natasha was a nervous wreck and even started crying before her performance, but Candace was right there to wipe her tears away, and once she took the stage, she absolutely nailed her rendition of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling In Love.” She took a risk by making the song unique and totally her own, and it really impressed the coaches.
Adam is the only coach to push his button, meaning that Natasha will automatically be on his time — much to her mom’s delight. Over the summer, the actress revealed she wanted her daughter to pick one of the vets, Adam or Blake, as her coach and she totally got her wish!
Cameras panned to Candace as Adam turned around, and she was nearly in tears, jumping up and down with excitement as her daughter experienced one of the biggest moments of her life. Adam pointed out that he needs to work on the teenager’s nerves, but he definitely seems to be up for the task!
HollywoodLifers, do you think Natasha will do well on The Voice? Were you impressed by her audition?