Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter landed a spot on Adam Levine’s “The Voice” team Monday night, but it’s the “Fuller House” star’s reaction that stole the show.
“Shut up!” the actress shrieked backstage with the rest of her family when Levine turns his chair around to face Natasha Bure, who sang Elvis Presley’s classic song, “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”
After her performance, coaches Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys gave Natasha their two cents on her performance. Levine said that he could see Natasha’s nerves get the best of her when his chair spun around, noting her performance kind of “fell apart.”
Cyrus added that she would’ve liked to have seen Natasha do something simpler with the song.
“Natasha and I are going to do some good work,” said Levine. “We will go to nerves and self confidence boot camp, you and me, because that’s all you need.”
Heading into the competition, Natasha received a support from from her mother’s “Full House” family.
“Natasha, we heard you’re auditioning for ‘The Voice,’ and we’re rooting for you,” Bob Saget and John Stamos said in the video. “We know you’re going to do great, Natasha. We wish you the best… we’re rooting for you.”
— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) October 4, 2016
Watch the performance above.