By: Cole Delbyck
Cameron Candace Bure's talented teenage daughter, Natasha, made her debut on NBC's "The Voice" Monday night with a rendition of Elvis' "Can't Help Falling in Love."
The producers of the reality singing competition apparently couldn't help reminding everybody of the singer's "Full House" connection with a special message for Natasha from Bob Saget and John Stamos. Yet there has never been a greater missed opportunity than Adam Levine not saying "You got it, dude," after turning his chair.
Natasha, who only recently graduated high school, had a wobbly beginning to the blind audition night, initially letting her nerves get the best of her. But with mom Cameron and dad Valeri Bure, a former hockey star, waiting in the wings, the 18-year-old somehow managed to deliver a performance impressive enough to secure a spot on Team Adam.
In a pre-taped message, Stamos and Saget, who both star alongside Bure's mother in Netflix's "Fuller House," wished her well in a comedy bit where Stamos introduced himself as Adam Levine.
"We're rooting for you. We think the most of you," Saget said. "We know you're going to do great. We wish you the best and Happy Bat Mitzvah."
But it was Cameron's off-stage reaction that stole the show. When Levine turned his chair around, "The View" host freaked out, jumping up and down and beaming with pride, before exclaiming, "Shut up!"
The mother and daughter might resemble one another ― seriously, they could be the new twins of "Fuller House" ― but Natasha distinguished herself in one big way before her debut.
"My mom doesn't know too much about the music industry, because she's not musically gifted," she revealed.
Agree to disagree, Natasha. AGREE TO DISAGREE.