Soldier Whose Sign Made Miranda Lambert Cry Excited To Meet Star

08/29/2016
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Miranda Lambert

(Radio.com) During the Bangor, Maine, stop on her tour and Miranda Lambert was moved to tears when she read the sign soldier Jeff Tudisca made for her show in Hartford, Connecticut.

Now, Tudisca was reportedly given to get the opportunity to meet Lambert (via The Boot) when he attended her show in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on Friday (August 26).

But for someone who managed to stop Lambert mid-song with his words, Tudisca has no idea what he's going to say to her. "The only thing I ever wanted to say to her, I said the other night, so now I gotta figure out something else!" he admitted when he appeared on Broadway's Electric Barnyard.

On August 19, Tudisca held up a sign at her Connecticut show that read, "3 combat tours ' [Your] voice was the last thing I listened to EVERY NIGHT! THANK YOU!!!" When Lambert saw the sign, she stopped singing "The House That Built Me," stepped away from her mic and walked over to get it. Read more here.

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