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Last week's final blind auditions on The Voice introduced us to talented teen Natasha Bure, a.k.a. the daughter of Fuller House star and The View host Candace Cameron Bure. The 18-year-old recent high school graduate joined Team Adam after impressing him with a rendition of "Can't Help Falling In Love."

Unfortunately, the singer faltered a little bit after Adam Levine turned around thanks to her nerves, and Levine vowed to work on building her confidence going into the next rounds.

Fortunately, it totally worked. Bure dueted with 16-year-old singer Riley Elmore on the Michael Buble song "Cry Me a River" (no, not a Justin Timberlake cover, though an old school version of that would've been pretty great too) and really came out of her shell.

Natasha Bure, The Voice

NBC

Her newfound confidence was really apparent, and definitely impressed Blake Shelton, who would've declared her the winner of the Battle. But when it came time to decide who moved on to the Knockout Rounds, (SPOILER ALERT!) Levine ultimately chose Elmore to move forward.

Enter mom, who came in to comfort her daughter after the disappointment of not being stolen and added to any of the other coaches' teams. "I was so proud," her mom gushed. "It was the best I heard you sing it, so you can walk out of here with your head held high."

Watch mama bear Bure comfort her daughter, who surely has a long career ahead of her, in the video above.

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC.

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