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Not 'Over You?' Miranda Lambert Breaks Down In Tears Singing The Song She Wrote With Ex Blake Shelton

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Jul. 31 2016, Published 3:55 p.m. ET

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Heartbreaking! Miranda Lambert broke down in tears while singing the emotional song she wrote with her ex-husband, Blake Shelton.

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Stars walk the 2016 iHeartCountry Festival red carpet

Stars walk the 2016 iHeartCountry Festival red carpet
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The country singer had the help from her audience to sing the words to "Over You" when she teared up.

(FILE) Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert Divorce

(FILE) Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert Divorce
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After 4 years of marriage, the former couple announced they were splitting up in July 2015.

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Miranda Lambert and Boyfriend Anderson East Make Red Carpet Debut at 51st Academy Of Country Music Awards

Miranda Lambert and Boyfriend Anderson East Make Red Carpet Debut at 51st Academy Of Country Music Awards
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Despite the sudden split, the two seemed to have moved on just fine. Blake is dating Gwen Stefani and Miranda is dating Anderson East.

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A fan uploaded the emotional moment!

Miranda Lambert performs during night 1 of CMA Festival

Miranda Lambert performs during night 1 of CMA Festival
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What do you think of Miranda's breakdown on stage? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!

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