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Natasha Bure sings her heart out on 'The Voice'

Daughter of former NHL player Valeri Bure picked to continue in competition

by Cristina Ledra @cledra / Staff Writer

Natasha Bure has roots in hockey, but is trying to make a name for herself as a singer on NBC's reality show competition, "The Voice."

On Monday, Bure, daughter of actress Candace Cameron Bure and former NHL player Valeri Bure, and niece of Hockey Hall of Famer Pavel Bure, participated in the show's blind auditions.

The four judges, singers Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys and Blake Shelton, have their backs turned while the singers are performing and turn their seats around if they want that singer for their team. Once they form their teams, they coach the singers they selected during a series of competitions until a winner is chosen.

And Levine heard enough of Bure's rendition of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love," to pick the 18-year-old for his team.

Tweet from @NBCTheVoice: You can���t help but fall in love with @natashabure after this Blind Audition. #VoiceBlinds

You can see Valeri (or at least his robust beard) celebrating in the background when they cut backstage after Levine's chair turns.

Natasha is a budding star in her own right with 54,000 subscribers on YouTube where she posts makeup tutorials and other vlogs. She's also a model and jewelry designer, and is taking a year off from school to focus on her singing career before going to college.

You can see her compete on The Voice on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.

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