Miranda Lambert brought to tears onstage by soldier's sign
(FOX News) - During her concert in Hartford, Connecticut, on Friday night, country music star Miranda Lambert was brought to tears by a sign she saw in the audience.
While singing her hit "The House That Built Me," Lambert noticed a young man holding a sign that read, "3 combat tours. Your voice was the last thing I listened to every night! Thank you!!!"
Lambert mouthed the word, "Really?" to the soldier before grabbing the sign to show to the crowd.
While holding the sign, she ended up breaking down into tears, asking the crowd help sing the next verse of "The House That Built Me," while she stepped away to get her drink and wipe her tears. Watch the incredible moment above.
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