Miranda Lambert Can’t Finish Her Song Because Of A 7-Year Old With Cancer

Paula Thomas | September 30th, 2014

Singer Miranda Lambert was overcome with emotion at one of her concerts in Corpus Christi, Texas a couple of weeks ago. She was so overcome that she couldn’t finish one of her songs.

The reason: A 7-year old girl by the name of Brooke Hester.

Brooke can be seen in the video wearing a Pink cowboy hat and face mask. She needs to wear the face mask because she is battling stage 4 Neuroblastoma cancer and it prevents possible infection. She has been dealing with cancer for almost 4 years, half her life.

When Miranda touched her during her performance, there was nothing she could do but cry.

Watch the video below (specifically at the 2:30 mark) and also look below the video for some links to help support Brooke:

To help support Brooke and her family, please visit the following pages:
Facebook: facebook.com/BrookesBlossomingHope
Website: BrookesBlossoms.org
Personal Blog: caringbridge.org/visit/BrookeHester

Next Article
  • Nebraskan City Celebrates 20th Acts of Kindness Week

    With a population of just over 50,000 individuals, the city of Grand Island, Nebraska isn’t a renowned location by any means. Though it may be small when compared to other cities in the United States, the Grand Island is still the fourth largest city in Nebraska, and is known in the surrounding areas as a...

    Read More
  • How One Non-Profit is Using Photography to Inspire Hope

    With the rise of social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter, digital photos and videos have rapidly replaced the traditional photo album and home movies. In an age where it’s as easy to snap a photo and send it out without a second thought, the value of professional portraits is being forgotten. That’s why a...

    Read More
  • Redskins Players Buy Xbox for Young Fan

    When 10-year-old Jaden Watt walked into his local GameStop one day last week, he wasn’t expecting to purchase anything. The boy was actually killing time while his grandmother got her makeup done at one of the other shops in the Dulles 28 Centre shopping center in Sterling, Virginia where the GameStop was located. But as...

    Read More
  • How Technology is Changing How Kids with Cancer Experience Chemotherapy

    It’s safe to say that nobody enjoys being poked with needs. Whether or not you’re afraid of them, having a vein tapped is far from a comfortable experience. And for patients with cancer, there’s no shortage of needles in store. For some children fighting cancer, the needles involved in administering their chemotherapy treatments can be...

    Read More