Candace Cameron Bure's daughter Natasha won us over big-time on The Voice
Candace Cameron Bure isn't the only talented person in her household — we found out on Monday night that her daughter, Natasha Bure, is pretty darn awesome.
During the most recent episode of The Voice, fans of the show were treated to Natasha's rendition of Elvis Presley’s "Can't Help Falling In Love" — and let's just say we weren't the only ones who were super-impressed: Adam Levine hit his buzzer for her.
We're really looking forward to seeing how Natasha (who's only age 17) is going to do on the show. After all, she was born with the performance gene in her blood. According to Natasha, her mom's career inspired her to pursue her own path in music.
"Growing up I would go to set with her, and I would see her with all of her cast mates, and I got a taste of what it would be like to be onstage," she said, Daily Mail reports. "That was something that attracted me a lot."
"But the acting world and the music world is very different, and my mom doesn't know too much about the music industry because she's not musically gifted," Natasha continued.
It's actually pretty great that Candace doesn't have connections in the music industry because it means that Natasha achieved her success on her own. Candace even admitted that she hadn't been involved in her daughter's career, saying, "It's been her thing and we've stayed away. So this will be her accomplishment and nothing that we've done."
But that doesn't mean Candace hasn't been supporting Natasha, and she was super-excited when her daughter was picked. Actually, her reaction to Levine pressing the buzzer was pretty great — she simply shouted, "Shut up!"
Oh, and it's not just Natasha's mom that's behind her, because Full House stars (and absolute jokers) Bob Saget and John Stamos also had a very special message for her.
The great thing about The Voice is that the judges had no way of knowing that Natasha was the daughter of a famous actress, and she was picked purely because of her talent — a talent which Levine referred to as "really different and special."
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