Candace Cameron Bure‘s daughter Natasha Bure is following in her mother’s footsteps into acting, but the 20-year-old hopes to mimic her mother in another way as well: She wants to go on “Dancing with the Stars.”
“I would love to do ‘Dancing with the Stars.’ I think it would be the coolest thing. I’m so competitive,” Natasha told “Entertainment Tonight” (watch below).
Candace was on Season 18, coming in third place with Mark Ballas, so Natasha will have her work cut out for her if she wants to best her mother’s finish.
If Natasha does go on “Dancing,” it wouldn’t be the first time a parent and child have competed on the show — all on different seasons. Master P replaced his son Romeo in Season 2 after the latter withdrew due to injury and infamously scored an 8 before finishing in seventh place. Romeo later competed in Season 12, placing fifth. George Hamilton posted a fifth place finish in Season 2 and his son Ashley Hamilton was the first one eliminated in Season 16.
Natasha also has a “Dancing” connection beyond her mother. She co-stars in the new film “Faith, Hope & Love” with two-time “Dancing” champ Peta Murgatroyd. “I’d met Peta when they were filming [‘Dancing’], just very ‘hi’ and ‘bye,’ definitely knew her. … It was so fun that we go to do this [movie] together,” she said, adding that she did not pick up any dance tips from the pro. “But I’ve watched her dance for years just because I watch ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and love all those people.”
Natasha, who co-starred in her mother’s 2017 Hallmark Christmas movie “Switched for Christmas,” already has some reality TV experience under her belt too. “The Voice” fans will recall that she was on Team Adam in Season 11, getting eliminated in the Battles.