Will Natasha Bure be the next winner of The Voice? That is still very much up in the air, but we do know for sure that she auditioned. Candace Cameron Bure's 18-year-old daughter took to Instagram to announce that she put her singing chops to the test in front of The Voice's four famous judges.
She posted an illustration that read "I Auditioned," with the show's logo drawn in on the bottom, and the caption, "Would ya look at that ;) Tune in to @nbcthevoice starting September 19th to see if I made a team!"
A special preview episode for the 11th season of the show even featured a glimpse of the Fuller House star's daughter at the blind auditions in front of all of the coaches, including newcomers Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys. Which coach do you think picked her up? Does she have that country twang we know Blake Shelton loves? Or is she a pop star in the making for Adam Levine?
Natasha previously showed off her amazing voice when she sang on The View for her mother's 40th birthday and aroused speculation that she was going to appear on the singing competition. "I can't confirm that, but you'll have to tune in to find out if that's true or not true," Bure told Entertainment Tonight in July, when she addressed her daughter's singing career.
But, now that Natasha has made the news official, there's no stopping her mom from showing her support! She re-grammed her daughter's illustration and added the caption, "It's true! My daughter @natashabure auditioned for The Voice! Tune in September 19th to see if she made a team. #ProudMama @nbcthevoice"
Proud mama, indeed!