Miranda gets weepy on stage, along with a proposal. While Florida Georgia Line and Tim McGraw launch their latest collaboration.

FOX's Michelle Pollino presents "FOX Country":

Its been an emotional week for country star Miranda Lambert... When performing her hit song in in Connecticut, "The House That Built Me", she was brought to tears then she spotted a soldier holding a sign that read, "3 combat tours... Your voice was the last thing I heard every night. Thank you." She held the sign up for fans...

She couldn't sing because she was crying, so the crowd finished the song for her, she eventually joined back in. Lambert also got engaged during her Saturday night concert in New Jersey, the country singer revealed: "A little six-year-old boy named Sebastian," asked to marry her and she said, "Yes, in 25 years."

Superstar duo Florida Georgia Line are gearing up for the world premiere of their new "May We All" music video, a one-of-a-kind mini-movie featuring Tim McGraw. The duo is releasing a sneak peek live on the bands YouTube channel.

That's FOX Country on FOX News.

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