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Miranda Lambert Shares Special Moment With 8-Year-Old Girl During Kansas Show

Country music superstar Miranda Lambert was captivated by Remi, a special audience member at her Saturday (Oct. 26) show at the INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas. So, Lambert decided to share the stage with the youngster, who was having a good time on the front row dancing to Lambert's music while wearing red fringe on her long-sleeve dress and an adorable "You can't ride in my little red wagon" headband.

"This little girl has stolen my heart all night long and I just want to meet her up close and personal," Lambert said as Remi took the stage.

Lambert comforted Remi as both fought tears of joy before launching into "All Kinds of Kinds" from the 2011 album Four the Record. Remi didn't just stand around onstage like a lot of kids in similar situations: she sang lead vocals during an adorable duet.

"Speaking of magic, this girl Remi stole my ❤️. Sometimes there is a face in the crowd that captivates you. Thanks for the tears, smiles & for being who you are. You inspired us all. I'll never forget you," wrote Lambert in a tweet.

A tweet by Remi's mom Chelsea Davenport added more context, making Lambert's good deed even more special.

"Thank you all for boosting Remi's confidence tonight," Davenport wrote. "She was born with nerve damage on the side of her face which makes her have a crooked smile. Thank you for showing her it's beautiful to be different."

Lambert wasn't the only one at the Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars tour stop to give Remi the VIP treatment. Country star Ashley McBryde tossed the youngster a guitar pick, while opening act Gwen Sebastian and INTRUST Bank Arena both praised Remi on social media for bravely claiming her own piece of the spotlight.

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