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Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter passes The Voice auditions

The daughter of actress Candace Cameron Bure sailed through the blind audition round of reality show The Voice on Monday night (03Oct16).
The Fuller House star and her retired ice hockey player husband Valeri waited backstage while 18-year-old Natasha, the eldest of their three children, sang a version of Elvis Presley’s Can’t Help Falling in Love.
Coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus were unaware of who she was due to the nature of the show, where they face away from auditionees, but Natasha’s singing won over Adam, who was the only one to turn his chair around, meaning he recruited her for his team.
As he did so, footage cut to Candace jumping up and down in excitement with her mouth wide open in shock as she yelled, “Shut up!”
Explaining his decision to turn around, Adam said, “I heard this self-assured girl singing really well and it was really pretty. There was something there that was really different and special.
“The second my chair turned around, you had a little bit of a nervous breakdown… I think, had you not kind of fallen apart there, you would have had more people challenging me… I’m really curious and really excited to see what we’re gonna accomplish. I’m really happy you’re on my team.”
Miley explained Natasha performed too many vocal tricks for her liking and she would have preferred a more simplistic version of the song.
The Voice Twitter account also shared a video of Candace’s co-stars Bob Saget and John Stamos wishing Natasha good luck ahead of her audition.
Natasha will next appear on The Voice for the battle rounds later in the season.

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