Great songwriting and heavy emotions go hand in hand, and if you write emotional music, you know that there is always a possibility that you will break down crying on stage.
That's exactly what happened to Miranda Lambert as she played her first show amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a recent interview with Cody Alan, Miranda explains what happened on stage the night she was spotted sobbing while singing "The House That Built Me."
"I expect to cry on "House That Built Me," like I always know there's a possibility," says the country superstar. "Especially if I am playing in Texas. Especially if I know my family is there."
"Billy Bob's was kind of a honkytonk' house' that built ME," Miranda reveals. "So, I felt like I knew I was going to get a little bit teary, but I actually just ugly cried. That was my first time back, and I had not been on the stage in 401 days or something, and I felt it."
Thankfully the tears were of happiness and not sorrow. See for yourself by clicking the link below.