Candace Cameron Bure‘s daughter Natasha Bure tried out during the live auditions for NBC’s The Voice.

Natasha Bure On ‘The Voice’

Ahead of her additions, Natasha Bure, 18, attempted to distance her music career from her mother’s acting career, for which she’s best known for playing D.J. Tanner on Full House. “My mom doesn’t know too much about the music industry because she’s not musically gifted,” Natasha admitted before her performance.

When it was time for her to take the stage, Natasha performed Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling In Love.” As she made her way through the classic track, it was Adam Levine who was first to turn his chair around. While Natasha was delivering a steady performance up to that point, once Levine was facing her, the teen’s nerves seemed to get the best of her. The Maroon 5 frontman pointed this out after she finished the song.

“I heard this self-assured girl singing really well, and it was really pretty, and there was something there that was really different and special,” Levine began. “And then the second — I mean, the second my chair turned around — you had a little bit of a nervous breakdown. And I think that had you not kind of fallen apart there, you would have had more [coaches] challenging me [by also turning]. If you can work on getting your nerves together, there’s something beautiful there.”

Levine added later, “Natasha and I are gonna do some good work. We’re gonna go to nerves and self confidence boot camp.”

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