Candace Cameron Bure's daughter lost to Riley Elmore in the battle rounds

By Karen Mizoguchi
Updated October 10, 2016 11:08 PM
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Natasha Bure‘s The Voice journey has come to an end.

The 18-year-old daughter of Candace Cameron Bure and fellow team member Riley Elmore impressed their coach Adam Levine with a duet of Michael Bublé’s “Cry Me A River” during Monday’s battle rounds.

“Riley, singing wise was right on the money,” Blake Shelton said, adding, “But Natasha really sold that performance, she seemed so comfortable. Based on that element and your singing was great too, I would choose Natasha.” Both Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus echoed Shelton’s words, with Cyrus complimenting Natasha’s growth as a performer.

But it all came down to Levine’s decision. “Natasha started off the blind [audition] so amazing … I could not be more proud of you,” he said before choosing Elmore as the one to continue on in the singing competition.

Of course, proud mom Candace was in the audience.

Moments before her daughter’s performance, the 40-year-old actress wished her daughter luck with a video on Instagram. “She’s doing an awesome job and I’m so proud of her!” Bure said.