This may very well be the best season of The Voice ever.
Yes, that's strong praise.
But did you catch Monday night's performance show? Read our recap of The Voice and you'll very likely agree with the above statement.
While fans can debate whether or not this season really is the best, however, there's no debating that last night marked one of the best evening's of Candace Cameron Bure's life.
And that's entirely due to the performance of of daughter.
On the latest installment of the NBC singing competition, the Fuller House actress was just like any other nervous mother featured on this show every week:
She stood backstage with her family and Carson Daly and cheered on daughter Natasha as she auditioned for coaches Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus, Blake Shelton and Alicia Keys.
“My mom doesn’t know too much about the music industry because she’s not musically gifted,” the 18-year-old admitted prior to her performance.
As she would go on to prove (below), the singer didn't need any kind of luck in order to advance to the next round; she only needed the talent she possesses.
But received a good luck video message nonetheless from her mother’s beloved colleagues, Bob Saget and John Stamos.
“We’re rooting for you. We know you’re gonna do great,” Saget said in a video posted to The Voice's Twitter page prior to Bure taking the stage.
For her tryout, Bure went ahead and put her own twist on the Elvis Presley classic “Can’t Help Falling in Love," securing a spot on Team Adam in the process.
He was the only coach to turn his red chair around after hearing Bure sing, but hey: it only takes one!
Listen to the teenager's very impressive vocals now:
How did Candace respond upon witnessing Levine's decision to take Natasha under his wing?
“Shut up!” she excitedly said exclaimed along with a cheering section that included husband Valeri Bure and others.
"I'm so, so proud. I can't wait to see the show premiere and get to see where she goes," Candace told E! News at a pre-Emmys party a few weeks ago. "She's really pursuing singing right now."
As for Levine?
“Natasha and I are gonna do some good work. We’re gonna go to nerves and self confidence boot camp,” he said of his plans for the aspiring artist.
The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8/7c on NBC.
Will we be seeing a mother-daughter duet any time in the near future?
"God gave her her voice because my husband and I don't sing!" Bure told E! News in the same interview.