Miranda Lambert Breaks Down While Singing Song She Co-Wrote With Blake Shelton

Holly Chapman

Friday night was an emotional one for Miranda Lambert. The reigning ACM Female Vocalist of the Year broke into tears during her Tinley Park, Illinois, show Friday night while singing “Over You,” a tune she co-wrote with ex-husband Blake Shelton. 

The song itself is a touching one and was penned about the tragic death of Blake Shelton’s brother who died in a car accident when he was a teen. It’s not unusual for the song to move the crowd to tears, but Lambert also got emotional while singing her hit “The House That Built Me.”

32-year-old Lambert told the audience she was having a bit hormonal and was having a rough night, as she was feeling hormonal. 

“I told you I was a mess,” Lambert told the crowd as she wiped away tears at the end of “Over You.” 

Watch a clip of Miranda Lambert’s moving performance of “House That Built Me” below. 

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