So did Candace Cameron Bure‘s daughter have what it takes to stay on The Voice?
On Monday evening, Natasha Bure attempted to overcome her nerves for the singing competition’s battle rounds. Unfortunately, the 18-year-old had some pretty stiff competition as she was forced to face off against teenage crooner Riley Elmore. Eek!
And while Miz Bure’s nerves got the best of her during her blind audition, the up-and-comer impressed coach Adam Levine and his guest mentor, former Van Halen vocalist Sammy Hagar, quite a bit during rehearsals. At one point the new dad admitted:
“I think that you’d think Riley would be doing [this song] normally. Natasha this is a really interesting opportunity for you, because it’s definitely not necessarily where you would go.”
With her famous mom and dad Valeri Bure in the audience, the youngster certainly brought her A-game as she belted out to Michael Buble‘s Cry Me A River. Ch-ch-check out the full performance for yourself (below)!
Unfortunately, Natasha’s improvement wasn’t enough to save her spot on the NBC hit, and she was sent home to her Full House (sorry, we HAD to).
However, Natasha exited with grace as she took to Twitter and wrote:
Good on you, girl. Not to mention, Natasha and Riley’s duet wasn’t the only stand out performance from the evening as Christian Cuevas and Jason Warrior more than slayed their rendition of Adele‘s hit Hello.
DANNNG! Beautiful job guys!
Now if you’re favorite part of The Voice is when the coaches get competitive with each other, you’re in luck as the show’s YouTube channel just dropped an exclusive vid of the foursome facing off for a game of Password. HIGHlarious!
Be sure to tune in to The Voice tonight at 8 p.m. ET on NBC for more fun and quality singing. We know you won’t regret it!