When Natasha Bure auditioned for The Voice, she was so nervous that she shed a few tears before hitting the stage. And when Adam Levine—her eventual coach—turned around, she was so shocked that she faltered in her performance.
"I wasn't expecting him to turn as quick as he did," the 18-year-old singer tells E! News' Erin Lim. "I thought if anyone was going to turn, they were going to turn more toward the end of the song to really listen."
Bure, who is the daughter of Fuller House star and The View host Candace Cameron Bure, says that's where her performance veered a little off course.
"It made me more nervous to have him watching me, because I was not expecting him to," Bure confesses. "So my song kind of ended up going all over the place and I think had my nerves not been so crazy the rest of the song might have been better."
But there's good news—she and Levine have tackled her nerves head-on. "That's something that we've definitely worked on…my nerves and not being so anxious about being out there and what people think," Bure says. "He gave everyone on the team just tips about staying in the zone and staying true to who you are and channeling the emotion in every song. He's a great coach."
Bure joined Adam's team and will move on to the Battle Rounds, which begin on Monday and see two members of each team going head-to-head on the same song in the hopes of making it to the Knockout stage. Watch the video above for more on Bure's pre-performance routine (spoiler: Beyoncé is involved), Adam's advice, and the feedback she's gotten from the rest of the coaches.
The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC.
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