Natasha Bure, daughter of "Fuller House" star Candace Cameron-Bure, recently teamed up with Grammy-award winning Christian artists for KING & COUNTRY to deliver a positive message to "extraordinary" women.
During the Extraordinary Women Conference in Roanoke, Virginia, the 18-year-old singer joined the Aussie rock band onstage, and shared a clip of her performance on social media: "forkingandcountry I absolutely adore you guys and can't wait till we do this again! #priceless movie, Roanoke, Virginia, you're rad! See you tonight San Antonio!"
Candace Cameron-Bure reportedly spoke at the event, which according to the website "exists to help draw women closer to the heart of God...everyday. Extraordinary Women is not just a Christian women's event...it's a lifestyle." The next Extraordinary Women Conference will be held Oct. 14-15 in Southaven, MS.
This is not the first time Natasha has teamed up with for KING & COUNTRY: In honor of her mother's 40th birthday in April, the aspiring singer joined the band to perform their new hit "Priceless," a song sharing the message that men should treat women with respect, during a live taping of "The View".
For KING & COUNTRY also shared a photo of Saturday's reunion along with the caption, "Look who's gracing us with her presence for the first time since that lovely moment on @TheView!@NatashaBure you're #Priceless."
During an earlier interview with The Gospel Herald, for KING & COUNTRY singer Joel Smallbone shared how the "Priceless Movement" encapsulates one of the band's primary missions: encourage women, instill confidence and remind them of their worth.
The band has not only turned the movement into a hit song, it also inspired a book and movie of the same name. The film, entitled "Priceless: She's Worth Fighting For", hits theaters this fall and is directed by brother Ben Smallbone and co-produced by Luke Smallbone, while Joel stars as the lead character.
Meanwhile, Natasha will appear on this season of "The Voice". For her tryout, the young woman put her own twist on the Elvis Presley classic "Can't Help Falling in Love" and secured a spot on Team Adam. Seeing that her daughter officially made it on the show, Bure, who frequently shares videos of her daughter singing worship songs in church, freaked out, screaming "Shut up!" while Carson Daly calmly congratulated her.
Natasha also expressed her excitement over being part of the Maroon 5 frontman's Voice squad: "I'm just so excited to be on Adam's team," she said, "and to get advice from someone like that is going to be a pretty great experience."