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LeAnn Rimes tears up during Patsy Cline tribute at ACAs

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LeAnn Rimes broke into tears at the American Country Awards as she honored the 50th anniversary of Patsy Cline’s death, The Huffington Post reported on Dec. 11.

According to the report, Rimes, who is married to Eddie Cibrian, delivered a memorable moment in the show when she became so overwhelmed with emotion that she burst into tears during her medley of Patsy Cline hits.

LeAnn Rimes has always had a strong connection to Cline and her work. In fact, Rimes’ first single, “Blue,” which was released when LeAnn was only 13-years-old was meant for Patsy Cline, who died before she could record the song.

"I’ve just been compared to this woman, to Patsy Cline, for so many years. Since I was a baby. To be asked to do something like this on the 50th anniversary of her death ... it means a lot, you know? I have a definite connection there that’s like no other,” LeAnn Rimes said.

What do you think about LeAnn Rimes tears during her Pasty Cline tribute?

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