Miranda Lambert got a bit emotional during her last concert.
The 32-year-old singer teared up at her Tinley Park, Illinois show on Friday while performing "Over You," a song she co-wrote with ex-husband Blake Shelton back in 2012.
The ballad, which includes the lyrics "But you went away/How dare you? I miss you" may sound like a breakup song, but it's actually about Shelton's tragic loss of his brother Richie, who died in a car accident.
Miranda choked up several times while singing the tune, and even took a moment to explain herself to the audience, saying she was suffering from cramps and feeling hormonal. She got by with a little help from her fans, who cheered her on and sang along with her during her emotional performance.
But that wasn't the only time the songstress turned on the waterworks during her concert.
She got weepy once again while singing "The House That Built Me" -- and concertgoers wer quick to support her a second time by singing along with the Grammy winner.
Lambert's emotional performance came just a week after Shelton gave a candid interview to "Billboard," speaking with the magazine about his split from the country singer back in 2015, and his relationship with current girlfriend Gwen Stefani, whom he credits with saving his life following his divorce.
Lambert has also moved on since splitting with Shelton and has recently taken to Instagram to share shots of herself with new love interest—and fellow musician (someone has a type!)—Anderson East."Happy Birthday to my favorite 'Bama' boy! @andersoneast," she captioned a shot of her smooching East.
In addition to having a new romantic interest, the singer also has the fact that her new single, "Vice," recently reached No. 1 on iTunes.
Despite the emotional moments on stage, it appears Lambert has plenty to celebrate!
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