Miranda Lambert's latest show was full of emotion.
The 32-year-old singer got teary-eyed while singing "Over You," the 2012 duet she co-wrote with her ex-husband, Blake Shelton, during her concert at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park, Illinois, on Friday.
Lambert couldn't hold it together while belting out the song, choking up multiple times during the passionate performance. She relied on the crowd, many of whom were in tears themselves, to help her finish the tune on a strong note.
The waterworks were also in full force later in the show, when the country crooner performed "The House That Built Me." Again, fans cheered her on by singing the touching lyrics.
Concertgoers later took to Twitter to share their opinions on the Chicago-area stop of Lambert's Keeper of the Flame Tour, writing things like, "Every time I see @mirandalambert I cry" and "@mirandalambert made me cry from her crying."
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
@mirandalambert what an amazing concert. I laughed and cried and had the best time. Thanks 4 being u.— Shannon Kringle (@FeelRadiantRF) July 30, 2016
Lambert and Shelton, who announced their divorce last July, wrote "Over You" as a tribute to Shelton's late brother, Richie, who died when the "Sangria" singer was a teenager. It later earned the pair "Song of the Year" at the 2012 Country Music Awards.