The daughter of actress Candace Cameron Bure failed to get through the battle rounds on talent show The Voice on Monday night (10Oct16).
The Fuller House star and her retired ice hockey player husband Valeri have been supporting 18-year-old Natasha Bure in her bid for stardom on the program.
After initially impressing during the blind audition round of the show, Natasha was put through her paces as she competed against 16-year-old Riley Elmore in the battle.
The duo both met up with mentor Adam Levine as they were given their song - American torch song Cry Me a River which has been covered by Michael Buble - with the Maroon 5 frontman admitting the choice probably wasn't what Natasha would have gone for.
“I think that you’d think Riley would be doing (this song) normally,” he said. “Natasha this is a really interesting opportunity for you, because it’s definitely not necessarily where you would go.”
Natasha's family watched from the audience as the teen confidently belted out the track, impressing the judges who noted she had conquered her nerves.
However, the decision was up to Adam and he chose Riley to continue as part of his team.
After being told the news, Natasha said to Adam: "Thank you so much for turning your chair and giving me the opportunity to come on here and just kick my nerves in the butt. It was such a great opportunity.”
And Adam replied: "You are going to be on a great path. I look forward to watching it through."