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The famous sit-com star’s daughter is still “humbled” by her “voices” experience

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The name Natasha Bure may not be a household name. But her mother, Full House and Fuller House star Candace Cameron Bure, is well known. Natasha is the 23-year-old daughter of the DJ Tanner actor.

The Voice fans may remember Natasha from her time on Team Adam in 2016. At her blind audition, she sang Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” which landed her on Maroon 5 frontman Adam’s team Levine brought. But not for long. Bure did not make it past the knockout round.

Six years later, Bure claims she’s still “ashamed” of her performance at NBC’s long-running singing competition. In fact, she told podcaster Olivia Jade on “Giannulli’s Conversations with Olivia Jade” on February 7, 2022 that she never wanted to be on “The Voice,” but she agreed to audition to please her mother.

The podcast host she talks to can relate to a lot of what Bure is saying. Though she never appeared on The Voice, Jade is also the daughter of a Full House star, Lori Laughlin. Jade explained that she and Bure have known each other since they wore diapers and that podcasting feels like they’re video chatting privately.

Though he didn’t want to try it for The Voice, Bure explained, “I did it and I had the worst nerves of my life. For both performances, I sobbed my eyes out 10 minutes before continuing. It was so out of my comfort zone.”

It wasn’t the singing that made Bure uncomfortable; it was judged – not just by the coaches – but by anyone who would see them on TV. “It really scared me to know that everyone is going to see this,” Bure admitted.

Seeing her performance replayed crept in a sense of “shame” that hasn’t left her in six years.

Bure thinks she “did a terrible job,” she shared on the podcast, and she said she felt sorry for everyone who was forced to watch her performances. As Screen Rant describes, “Though her time on The Voice was short, Natasha Bure says her performance on NBC’s hit series still makes her cringe.”

Bure told Jade that she has always felt like “Candace’s daughter” and while she also wants to be an actress, she wants to be seen apart from her mother. Bure admits, “One of the reasons I like social media so much is trying to let people know me.”

Being in the public eye has been a mixed bag for Bure. She wants to continue acting, singing and expressing herself on social media. However, she continues to struggle to find her own identity. She confessed to Jade, “The last year I was probably at rock bottom mentally … I just wasn’t happy with who I was.”

A year later, Bure claims to “have a very different perspective.” She now feels, “I’m at the highest level I’ve ever been in terms of sanity” because she’s stopped chasing validation and is being positively drawn to her confident energy.

Screen Rant points out that “Natasha is not the first child of famous parents to contend for the winning title, nor someone who comes from an already familiar family. Others in the same situation were Dana Harper (whose father is NBA’s Derek Harper), Aijia Grammer (wife of Andy Grammer) and Briana Cuoco (sister of Kaley Cuoco).”

These Voice participants weren’t as vocal about their experiences as Bure. However, Kaley Cuoco publicly admitted that she cried when her sister was eliminated during the fighting rounds, according to Us Weekly.

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