There’s another star quickly ascending in the Bure household.
On Monday, Candace Cameron Bure’s 18-year-old daughter Natasha nabbed a spot on The Voice‘s Team Adam thanks to her knockout performance of “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”
As her mom cheered her on, Bure proved she’s inherited enough talent and charm to make her own way in the entertainment industry.
Read on to find out who the Full House descendant is apart from the latest stiff piece of competition on the reality show stage:
1. She’s already a YouTube star.
Bure is going strong with 53,000-and-counting subscribers on YouTube. Since 2014, the teen has posted everything from makeup tutorials to vlogs and singing videos. Occasionally, her famous mom will even stop by the channel for a cameo. With more than 1.9 million views already, Bure’s YouTube presence will surely be shining even brighter now that she’s a Voice contestant.
2. She starred in commercials as a kid.
A pint-sized Bure showed off her acting chops in a Whimzy Pets commercial.
3. She designs jewelry.
That’s right: in between running her YouTube channel and auditioning for singing competitions, the super teen creates designs for the eco-friendly jewelry line 31 Bits alongside her mom.
“This project is super awesome,” she told PEOPLE in September about her first foray into accessory design. “Being able to create pieces of jewelry with my mom is a dream. Who gets to do that?! I’m so excited for this opportunity to do so. 31 Bits has been one of my favorite places to get my jewelry from ever since my mom got her first piece. I’m more than excited to be collaborating.”
4. She’s also a model.
The 18-year-old stunned in a spread for Nation-Alist and just made her runway debut at the Sherri Hill show during New York Fashion Week.
“First NYFW show down!! @sherrihill makes my heart so happy!! Thank you for allowing me to be apart of such a beautiful show,” she wrote on Instagram after hitting her first catwalk.
5. She’s taking a break from school.
Bure has no worries about clearing her schedule for The Voice. In September, the 2016 high school grad told PEOPLE she’s planning to take a year off to focus on her music career before starting college. “I am so excited to be spending this much time on something that I think about 24/7,” she said. “Hopefully in the near future I will be able to release a few of my original songs on an EP.”
Tune into The Voice Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EST on NBC.