Miranda Lambert Cries While Singing ‘Over You,’ Song Written With Ex Blake Shelton
On the Illinois stop of her Keeper of the Flame tour, Miranda Lambert teared up while singing “Over You,” a song she wrote with her ex-husband Blake Shelton.
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The song was written about Shelton’s brother, who died in a car accident when Shelton was a teenager. The divorced couple won Song of The Year at the Country Music Awards for the tune.
Lambert told the audience she was having a rough night, as she was feeling hormonal and had been suffering from cramps, according to People.
Lambert broke down a second time while singing “The House That Built Me,” according to Us. Lambert also told the crowd, “I told you I was a mess,” but she seemed to have much support from her fans.
@mirandalambert what an amazing concert. I laughed and cried and had the best time. Thanks 4 being u.
— Shannon Kringle (@FeelRadiantRF) July 30, 2016
— Susan Clark (@susanclark79) July 31, 2016
@mirandalambert made me cry from her crying ??
— kt (@asshole_kate) July 30, 2016
— Andrea (@AndreaRosas__) July 30, 2016
Every time I see @mirandalambert I cry and tonight was no different. Such an amazing show, you’re truly inspiring and just an amazing person
— Dakota Karp (@DakotaKarp) July 29, 2016
After dating for six years followed by four years of marriage, Lambert and Shelton announced their divorce last July.
Lambert is now in a relationship with musician Anderson East. Shelton has also moved on with co-star of The Voice, Gwen Stefani.