Moments With Mercy - Interview With Natasha Bure

Hey everyone,
I am so excited to share this interview with y'all! 
I first heard of Natasha a few years ago and started watching her YouTube videos. I've been a fan of hers ever since. When I heard she was going to be in a Hallmark movie this year I jumped at the chance to interview, and voila, here we are. :) 
Most of you guys have probably heard of Natasha.  Whether you've seen her videos on YouTube, bought some of her jewelry, read her book, seen her on social media, or maybe, just maybe, you saw her on the Voice!  Wherever/whatever it may be that you first saw her work we can all agree that Natasha is a multi-talented young lady with a great career ahead of her.
And now for the interview.




Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
Natasha: Yeah. So I'm Natasha, I'm 19 years old. I am a YouTuber, I act, I sing, I just wrote a book called "Let's Be Real" and I'm a social media influencer.  I try to explore all the avenues and do it all :)

What has been the best part about working with your mom?
Natasha: The best part about working with her was having her on set.  Obviously having someone that you know and love to help you and guide you. Super awesome! And she's always giving me great advice so I was happy to have her there with me.

At what age did you become interested in working in the entertainment industry?
Natasha: Definitely when I was younger, probably 6 or 7 when I realized that it was something that I wanted to do.

Was it difficult growing up with well known/famous parents?
Natasha: No, not at all. My life is still very the same and normal as every other teenage girl.  Though there are some things that are a little bit different as far as opportunities and special occasions. But for the most part, if you ask anyone I'm pretty much the classic teenager.

hat sparked your interest in designing jewelry with your mom?
Natasha: I've always been interested in fashion and beauty. So when the opportunity presented itself I was not shy to hop on the bandwagon of creating something with her.

Tell us a little bit about your book. and would you ever consider writing another one?
Natasha: My book is called "Let's Be Real" and it's basically a teen girl guide to talking about the everyday things that teenagers go through. Whether it be boys, beauty and fashion, health and fitness, faith, school, parents... all that.  And I wanted to talk about all of the embarrassing moments, cool moments, just of life. I wanted to kind of make a platform for myself that girls can come and talk or I can answer questions and give advice about my experiences. That's what it's about and I would definitely write another one

Are there any hobbies or sports you enjoy in your free time?
Natasha: Yes!  I love YouTube; it was a huge passion of mine as a young teenager growing up. I at least watched it. so I definitely love YouTube. And I've been playing tennis since I was 6 competitively.
The entire Bure family

What is one thing most people don't know about you?
Natasha: I would say a lot of people don't know how sarcastic I am.  I feel like a lot of people think I'm just very sweet, which I try to be! But I'm a very, very sarcastic person.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Natasha: In 10 years I definitely see myself acting more and singing, possibly on tour.

What is your favorite Christmas tradition?
Natasha: My whole family gets our tree on the same day as we decorate the whole house and bake cookies and sing carols. It's fun!
Natasha and her mom in their upcoming film Switched For Chrisrmas.
Can you tell us a little bit about your new movie "Switched For Christmas"?
Natasha: Yeah, Switched For Christmas is a Hallmark movie that my mom and I filmed. We're super excited about it. I play her daughter in the movie and comes out Sunday the 25th.  It's super cool being in a Christmas Hallmark movie. They're always fun, and I had fun shooting with her.

I enjoyed learning a little bit more about Natasha and I hope you did too.  If you'd like to keep up with Natasha you can find her on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.  Natasha, thank you so much for doing this. 
Thanks for reading!
~Mercy

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  1. Very awesome interview......have been a fan of her mom and uncle for a longtime....and so happy she’s following in their Christian footsteps!......Great Job Miss Mercy!
    Dale / The Crandall Brothers / West Coast

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