Hockey player's daughter Valeria Bure, the younger brother of the ice hockey legend Pavel Bure, pleasantly shocked the members of the jury of the American music competition "The Voice" with her singing. Eighteen-year-old Natasha, in particular, conquered Adam Levin, the frontman of the group Maroon 5, with her vocal abilities.
The aspiring pvitsa decided to conquer the audience with Elvis Presley's song Can't Help Falling in Love in her performance, and she succeeded. From the very first seconds of the sound, Natalia's voice made Adam turn around. Until the end of the song, none of the other members of the jury (Blake Shelton, Alisha Keys and Miley Cyrus) turned around, but this did not upset the girl - it was obvious that she was counting on Levin's support.
Recall that Valery, the father of the aspiring singer, at one time played for CSKA, Montreal, Calgary, Florida, St. Louis and Dallas, and in 1996 even played at the World Cup as part of the Russian national team. In the same year, he married the American actress Candice Cameron, with whom he has three children.