Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton have both moved on from their marriage by dating new people, but it seems that Lambert may still get emotional when thinking about her ex-husband. During a concert on Friday night at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park, Illinois, she could barely make it through a song the former couple co-wrote together.
Lambert visibly broke down while singing "Over You," a song she and Shelton wrote together about Shelton's brother, who was killed in a car crash in 1990. The highly acclaimed song even earned the pair the 2012 Country Music Award for Song of the Year.
While the song is definitely an emotional track, Lambert reportedly told fans that she was having a rough night, felt hormonal and had cramps. She relied on the crowd to help her finish singing the lyrics to "Over You."
"I told y'all I was a mess, thanks for that," Lambert told the audience after singing "Over You."
Lambert also reportedly broke down in tears again while singing "The House That Built Me."
"She was amazing. But emotionally unstable. Crying the whole show," a concertgoer told Us Weekly.
Some other fans took to Twitter to share their reactions to Lambert's emotional performance:
@mirandalambert made me cry from her crying— kt (@asshole_kate) July 30, 2016
Last night when @mirandalambert played "The House That Built Me" I just fell to my knees crying Because hearing it live moved me that much— Andrea Hellisz (@Andreahellisz) July 30, 2016
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