Candace Cameron Bure has a lot to look forward to.

 

The "Fuller House" star and co-host of "The View" will be cheering on her 18-year-old daughter, Natasha Bure, when "The Voice" kicks off its brand new season this fall.

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Natasha shared the exciting news to her Instagram late Monday evening, writing in the caption, "Would ya look at that ;)," alongside an illustration of a message that read "I auditioned" above "The Voice" logo.

"It's true! My daughter @natashabure auditioned for The Voice!" Candace also wrote on Instagram, adding the hashtag "#ProudMama."

I looooveee uuuu mama 😘😘😘😘 @candacecbure

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In a special preview episode on Sunday, viewers saw a brief glimpse of Natasha in the blind auditions as she competed for a spot on either Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Miley Cyrus or Alicia Keys' teams on "The Voice."

 

Just a few weeks ago, Candace played coy addressing speculation that her daughter would be appearing on the new season of the NBC singing competition.

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"I can't confirm that, but you'll have to tune in to find out if that's true or not true," Candace told ET back in July, admitting that her daughter is pursuing a singing career. "She sang on 'The View' for my 40th birthday and I'm very proud of her."

"The Voice" premieres Monday, Sept. 19 on NBC.

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