‘The Voice’ recap: Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter, 7 others eliminated after Voice Battles Week 1 [VIDEO]

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Natasha Bure failed to impress coach Adam Levine or convince other coaches to keep her on the competition. YouTube/NBC The Voice

The 17-year-old daughter of actress Candace Cameron Bure was among the eight hopefuls who were sent home after the first week of “The Voice” Battles.

Coach Adam Levine chose to keep Riley Elmore instead of Natasha Bure in the competition after the two belted a “Cry Me a River” duet. Elmore’s distinct voice won Levine’s approval despite Bure’s theatrical performance during the Voice Battle rounds.

Despite her daughter's elimination, the "A Bone to Pick: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery" movie star was a proud mother to Natasha. 

 

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Aside from Bure, Dan Shafer, Andrew DeMuro, Lane Mack, Ethan Tucker, Elia Esparza, Charity Bowden and Khaliya Kimberlie failed to get a steal from any of the other “The Voice” coaches.

On the other hand, Levine secured Jason Warrior and Dave Moisan to join Team Adam. Miley Cyrus took Lauren Diaz from Alicia Keys, who in turn got Ali Caldwell from Team Miley.

‘The Voice’ teams

At the end of “The Voice” Battles Week 1, Team Miley led the count with five artists. Cyrus kept Ali Caldwell, Lauren Diaz, Sophia Urista, Josette Diaz and Maye Thomas.

Meanwhile, Team Adam and Team Alicia were tied with four artists each. Levine’s protégés include Riley Elmore, Billy Gilman, Jason Warrior and Dave Moisan. For her part, Keys kept Wé McDonald, Christian Cuevas, Courtnie Ramirez and Michael Sanchez.

Finally, Blake Shelton kept Sundance Head and Courtney Harrell.

Before “The Voice” Battles began, the coaches enlisted the help of music personalities Charlie Puth, Sammy Hagar, Joan Jett and Bette Midler to tutor the 48 contestants. So far, 16 hopefuls are advancing to the Knock Outs round. (Read: ‘The Voice’ update: Team Alicia’s Lauren Diaz goes viral on YouTube, Top 10 trending Blind Auditions [VIDEO])

The next batch of 24 contestants will compete in “The Voice” Battles for a spot in the competition next week. “The Voice” airs on NBC every Monday and Tuesday nights in the United States. (Read: ‘The Voice’ earns 12 million viewers for NBC on Week 1)

WATCH: 'The Voice' 2016 Battle: Natasha Bure vs. Riley Elmore