Candace Cameron Bure's Daughter Natasha Auditions for "The Voice" ... and Crushes It!
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Whoa, mama!

Candace Cameron Bure had a bit of a breakdown during daughter Natasha Bure's blind audition on "The Voice" last night.

"My mom doesn't know too much about the music industry because she's not musically gifted," the 18-year-old contestant said before taking the stage.

The recent high school grad chose to perform the Elvis Presley classic "Can't Help Falling in Love" for the judges and managed to impress Adam Levine.

As soon as the Maroon 5 frontman pressed his buzzer and swiveled in his chair, proud mama Candace could not contain her excitement.

"Shut up!" the "Fuller House" star exclaimed while watching from the sidelines with hubby Valeri Bure.

Levine had a few notes right off the bat for his new team member.

"The second my chair turned around, you had a little bit of a nervous breakdown," he said. "And I think that had you not kind of fallen apart there you would've had more people challenging me. If you can work on getting your nerves together, there's something beautiful there."

One thing's for sure, she'll have a strong support system as she competes. Her proud parents weren't the only fans cheering her on last night. "Full House" stars John Stamos and Bob Saget put together a little video message (above) wishing the teen luck for her big debut.