For the last couple months, Miranda Lambert has been performing in cities including Charlotte, Indianapolis, Orange Beach, and Chicago on her Keeper of the Flame Tour.
During her killer version of the Linda Ronstadt song "Willin'", she asked the crowd to welcome Moore and Brothers Osborne members TJ and John back to the stage.
Together, they turned Ronstadt's hit into a soulful masterpiece. The uniqueness of each of their voices is incredible, and together it truly is a masterpiece.
After "Willin'", Lambert took the mic to let the crowd know they had time for one more song and the audience was so excited, until she realized there was someone missing.
"Hold on, we're missing a singer," she said. "Hold up, hold up."
She ran backstage and waved someone down. Seconds later, she emerged holding the hand of her boyfriend, R&B singer Anderson East.
"This is my boyfriend, Anderson East, y'all," she said before kicking off "Me and Bobby McGee". She traded off verses with Moore, John, and TJ, and East even sang along during the chorus.
Lambert and East were so cute together! Every chance she got, she was hugging him, and even kissed him on the cheek!
As the performance went on, Lambert only had eyes for East and adoringly looked at him when she sang the lyrics, "It's good enough for me and my Bobby McGee".
Watch the performance below and skip to 5:00 to see her adorable introduction.
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