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Warning: contains spoilers for Monday night’s episode of “The Voice”

Candace Cameron Bure was there for her daughter when she needed a mother’s love the most.

On Monday night, Natasha Bure was eliminated from “The Voice” after going head-to-head with Riley Elmore in a duet to “Cry Me a River” by Michael Bublé.

“I could not be more proud of you,” Levine said to Bure.

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In the end, Levine made the difficult decision to go with Elmore for this round. Bure unfortunately wasn’t picked up by any of the remaining coaches, despite the fact that Blake Shelton would have declared her the winner of the round.

Bure thanked Levine for the opportunity and hugged him at the end. No hard feelings there.

When she went offstage, her mother was there to comfort her.

“I was so proud,” Cameron Bure said. “It was the best I heard you sing it, so you can walk out of here with your head held high.”

Bure was also excited for her competitor.

“Riley was so amazing and I am so happy that he is going on,” she said.

(H/T: E! News)

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