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

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

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