‘Fuller House’ Star Candace Cameron Bure Is A ‘Proud Mama’ After Daughter Auditions For ‘The Voice’

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Talent definitely runs in the family. As Candace Cameron Bure celebrates the success of the Netflix Full House reboot, her daughter is gearing up to take another network by storm… or at least trying to.

Bure’s 18-year-old daughter, Natasha, announced that she auditioned for NBC’s musical competition show, The Voice. And judging from this pair of mother-daughter excitement, she did pretty well.

 

It's true! My daughter @natashabure auditioned for The Voice! Tune in September 19th to see if she made a team. #ProudMama @nbcthevoice

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“Would ya look at that 😉 Tune in to @nbcthevoice starting September 19th to see if I made a team!,” wrote the A-list kid on her Instagram last night. Candace reposted Natasha’s same pic and wrote, “It’s true! My daughter @natashabure auditioned for The Voice! Tune in September 19th to see if she made a team. #ProudMama

This upcoming season on The Voice, the celebrity coaches have switched up yet again. Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus replace Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani with Blake Shelton and Adam Levine remaining. This marks the first time in the show’s American history that there have been two female coaches taking up the red chairs. Whose team do you think Natasha Bure made it on, if any?

Find out for sure if Natasha’s vocals have what it takes when The Voice returns to NBC on Monday, Sept. 19 at 8/7 c.

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