Miranda Lambert was brought to tears Friday while performing a song she co-wrote with her ex-husband, Blake Shelton.
The country star was performing in Tinley Park, Illinois, for her Keeper of the Flame tour, and when it came time to sing her 2012 single “Over You,” she was overcome with emotion. The track seemed to bring up old memories (and maybe some old feelings, too), leading Lambert to cry onstage. Instead of finishing the track herself, she let the audience sing the words back at her.
“I told you I was a mess,” Lambert told the crowd, according to People.
The 32-year-old singer, who’s now dating Anderson East, got candid about her emotional state and reportedly told the crowd she was having a rough night thanks to hormones and cramps.
Lambert broke down a second time while singing “The House That Built Me,” according to Us Weekly. One fan in the crowd told the celebrity news magazine, “She was amazing. But emotionally unstable. Crying the whole show.”
Most fans didn’t seem to mind, though, with plenty of people taking to Twitter to praise the country star.
If the tears prove anything, it’s that Lambert is a human who has feelings, just like the rest of us.
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