These five artists went above and beyond and personally serenaded their songs and made even us watching on YouTube
tear up. ETonline brings you the cutest moments in country this year.
ET brought the two together again on Nov. 11
, and they relieved the moment. "It was a beautiful moment just between me and you," Garth told Shaw. He said that her handmade sign which read "Chemo this morning. Garth tonight. Enjoy the dance" will stay in his personal locker throughout his world tour "because of the strength it will bring."
Lambert, 31, teared up while singing "Over You" to a 7-year-old fan with cancer, Brooke Hester, at her concert in Corpus Christi in Texas on Sept. 21. The country singer was so overcome with emotion that she couldn't finish the song.
Brooke's mom Jessica told the Today show about the moving moment. "It was very emotional and very special. It just took my breath away when I looked up, and I got the chance to look at Miranda Lambert and thank her, as she was holding Brooke's hand, for her complete compassion that she was demonstrating to my daughter in front of all these people. And then I just kept thinking, 'Oh, my gosh, she's still holding her hand, she's still holding her hand, she's still holding her hand!' And she wasn't letting go. You could just feel the love surrounding the moment."
Miranda's husband also got emotional while performing a version of Michael Buble's "Home" in September to honor a Military USO family and their son.
Marie Esther and Roland Kiendrebeogo went on stage with the 38-year-old Voice judge and their 14-year-old son at the Sleep Train Amphitheater in San Diego. Shelton asked the audience to turn on their cellphone flashlights during his serenade, which made the moment even more beautiful.
During his July concert in Atlanta, McGraw sang directly to his fan Sarah Foder, a young girl with Down Syndrome.
The 47-year-old invited Sarah to sit with him while he sang "You Are So Beautiful" to her. In a touching moment, Foder is so happy that she even sings along with him at the end. The country star then autographed his guitar before giving it to her.
Urban brought his wife and actress Nicole Kidman with him to the Monash Children's Hospital in Melbourne, Australia in June. Filmed in the Neonatal Intensive Care unit, he starts the uplifting version of "Amazing Grace," and Kidman joins right in.
Singing to the patients and staff, the 47-year-old encouraged everyone to sing along, and they did!