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If you only see Candace Cameron Bure as D.J. Tanner and didn’t think she had a daughter old enough to audition for The Voice, prepare for a rude awakening (and to feel ancient). The Fuller House star, along with hockey-playing husband Valeri Bure, their two sons and other family members, were there to cheer on 18-year-old Natasha. No Kirk, though, thank goodness. He would’ve been super-distracting.

Natasha even got some words of support from Bure’s on-screen dad and uncle, Bob Saget and John Stamos. So basically, her honorary granddad and grand-uncle, we guess? NBD.

 

Then some last minute words of encouragement from her folks before she hit the stage.

Natasha’s take on Elvis‘ “Can’t Help Falling in Love” was twisty and interesting enough to secure a spot on Team Adam, the only coach who turned around. Nerves got the best of her, as she tried to do way too much with the song, but it was good enough for Levine to turn his chair. Cameron’s reaction was kind of perfect, and she was basically all of us if one of our loved ones got the red chair turn of approval.

 

Adam met with the Bure family after and, funnily enough, we don’t think he is a Full House (or Fuller House) or hockey fan as he didn’t seem to have a clue as to who Natasha’s parents are. How rude! But Adam was only interested in Natasha and getting her to improve and become the star he knows she can be which, as a parent, is the only thing you want to hear.

“Natasha and I are gonna do some good work,” Levine told Natasha and her family. “We’re gonna go to nerves and self-confidence boot camp, because that’s all you need.” Team Adam FTW!

 

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/9C on CTV Two.