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Candace Cameron Bure's daughter Natasha eliminated on 'The Voice'

It came down to the daughter of the "Full House" star and Riley Elmore, and coach Adam Levine had to make the final decision.
/ Source: TODAY

Natasha Bure has had to step out of the ring on "The Voice."

Her short run on the NBC reality competition series brought the daughter of "Full House" (and "Fuller House") star Candace Cameron Bure to the world's attention last week for her potent attack on the Elvis Presley classic "Can't Help Falling in Love With You," but that's all over now.

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Best stage mom ever made a short Instagram video just before Natasha, 18, went out on stage for the battle round on Monday night:

And then came the performance. The younger Bure joined Riley Elmore in the ring to both sing the torch song "Cry Me a River" (which was first popularized in 1955), and things seemed to be going well.

Natasha Bure during "The Voice's" battle round.NBC / Tyler Golden/NBC

Afterward, coach Blake Shelton had praise for Bure: "Natasha really sold that performance, she seemed so comfortable. Based on that element and your singing was great too, I would choose Natasha."

Fellow coaches Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys seemed to agree with Shelton. But then came Adam Levine, who was the only coach to spin his chair last week for Bure.

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"Natasha started off the blind [audition] so amazing … I could not be more proud of you," he said.

But in the end, he chose Elmore to move forward.

There don't seem to be hard feelings between the two competitors, who tweeted love to one another:

But we do confess we will miss seeing just how excited mama Bure could get backstage. Here she is last week:

And here she is cheering on her daughter this week:

And meanwhile she, like Natasha, is taking the high road:

Good luck, Natasha! We imagine this isn't the last we'll hear from you.

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