The "Proud Mom" reached its pinnacle on the October 3 installment of The Voice's Blind Auditions.

Eighteen-year-old Natasha Bure, who just so happens to be the daughter of Fuller House star and The View panelist Cameron Cameron Bure, assumed the stage for a soulful rendition of Elvis Presley's 1961 hit "Can't Help Falling in Love." Only a few bars into the song, Coach Adam Levine bore down on his buzzer, turned his chair around and sent CCB into full-blown freakout mode.

"Shut up!" Cameron Bure screamed as she and fellow family members celebrated Natasha's official entry into Season 11.

Cameron Bure's Fuller House co-stars Bob Saget and John Stamos also proved to be committed cheerleaders, and left a message for Natasha as she set out to make her family proud.

"We know you're gonna do great, Natasha," Saget said. "We wish you the best, happy Bat Mitzvah and we're rootin' for ya."

Unfortunately for Natasha, Adam was the only coach who'd turn his chair, as the remaining three coaches — Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys and Miley Cyrus — seemed to agree that she was too nervous. Her voice was nice, they agreed, but her shaking was distracting.

"Natasha and I are gonna do some good work. We’re gonna go to nerves and self confidence boot camp," Levine nevertheless assured.

Watch the moment above to see a truly proud parent in action and tell us if you think Bure can go the distance in the comments.

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