The Voice is mostly a series about helping some unknowns get their names out into the universe, but occasionally a contestant on the series will be known for one reason or another. This week, we met Natasha Bure on the series, and while the singer is not a name we may know off of the top of our heads, her mother certainly is. The Voice contestant's mom is Fuller House's Candace Cameron Bure, and you can totally watch her freak out when one judge on The Voice turns his chair for Natasha Bure. Give it a watch, below.
Natasha Bure chose an old classic during her performance. Everyone loves a little Elvis and her voice is pretty perfect for "I Can't Help Falling In Love." She showed enough pizzazz that Adam Levine turns his chair around, and that's when the camera panned to Candace Cameron Bure and the rest of the family. The Fuller House actress was freaking out, hollering "shut up" and giving us great faces such as this one:
She even did a little celebratory dance:
Clearly, she's a proud mom. Unfortunately, as Adam Levine noted during his critique, Natasha seemed to get a little more nervous partway through her performance. The Maroon 5 frontman turned his chair, so Natasha automatically gets to continue in the competition, but he also said that her voice is strong enough that she probably could have had her pick of judges if she had managed to not let her nerves get in the way. Fellow judge Miley Cyrus agreed, and gave her some advice for next time.
It's hard to tell in these situations if the contestants are feeling the pressure of performing on a TV show or if they may simply just not be totally comfortable with their song choice. Regardless, Natasha will be moving forward in the competition, and if her performance skills continue to grow, we could be seeing her on the series for quite a while. We certainly know she'll be celebrating hard with her mom after the performance.
Natasha Bure is one of a few contestants that advanced during this week's "Blind Auditions" on The Voice Season 11. This week's episode concluded the "Blind Auditions," although Miley Cyrus really held out in terms of filling out her team until the end of the episode. The other episode this week is going to be retrospective filler, and then we'll get into the battle rounds next week in earnest. You can catch new episodes of The Voice on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET, only on NBC. In addition, you can find out what other shows are coming up with our fall TV premiere schedule.