The Voice returns to NBC for its 11th season on Sept. 19, and among its competitors could be Natasha Bure, the 17-year-old daughter, and oldest child, of actress and host Candace Cameron Bure. According to Bure, who joined Natasha for the blind auditions, her daughter is hoping to launch a singing career, although she didn't confirm if we'll see her on the show come September.
Natasha's no stranger to the spotlight – she's been in commercials, has appeared on the red carpet with her mom, and has a big social media following. Natasha has also performed on TV before – she sang on The View with the duo For King & Country as a surprise for her mom's 40th birthday. You can see more of her vocal skills on her Instagram, where she often posts clips of herself singing.
Candace Cameron Bure definitely has an opinion about whose team she'd want her daughter on, should Natasha make it onto the show. While she thinks everyone on it is "unbelievable," she admits to preferring Adam Levine's or Blake Shelton's team. "Adam is a cutie and so is Blake," she said. "They're adorable together."
Bure, who appeared on Dancing with the Stars, made news earlier this year when she walked off The View after an argument with co-host Whoopi Goldberg. She's come under fire for being vocal about her conservative religious beliefs, which have often dictated which roles she's willing to take as an actress. In 2016, Bure reprised her role as DJ Tanner in Fuller House, the Netflix revival of the '90s classic Full House. A second season of the show is planned. In addition to Natasha, she has two other children, Lev, 16, and Maksim, 14, with her husband, hockey player Valeri Bure. The two met when they were set up by Cameron Bure's Full House co-host Dave Coulier.
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