Miranda Lambert Dedicates Song, Visits Christmas Car Accident Victim

ROCKFORD (WIFR) -- In Rockford yesterday we saw proof that even the biggest of stars can have a big heart. Even if you've never bought a country music CD, chances are after this story you will become a fan of Miranda Lambert.

The 2011 female country singer of the year kicked off her nationwide tour last night in Rockford before seven thousand fans, but one person who had a ticket for that show couldn't be there.

13-year-old Lexi Crose is still at the hospital recovering from injuries suffered in a Christmas Eve car crash that killed her mother and step brother. Before the concert last night, Lambert visited Lexi in the hospital and that at the concert she dedicated the song "Famous in a Small Town" to Lexi.

Miranda tweeted last night "I met a new friend today. She is 13 here name is Lexi. Prayers for her and her family. She is a doll!”

Lambert will be performing in La Crosse, Wisconsin tonight.


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  • by Sara Location: Rockford on Jan 15, 2012 at 07:44 PM
    I was at this concert as well as La Crosse show. I have been following Miranda's career since she started on Nashville Star. She has a big heart and has not let fame go to her head. Prayers for Lexi and her family.
  • by Brandy on Jan 14, 2012 at 01:13 PM
    Miranda is a very compassionate lady that loves her fans like no other ! Thank you for visiting with this little girl and dedicating this song to her God Bless Lexi, her family and the very sweet Miranda Lambert !
  • by Brian Location: Loves Park on Jan 14, 2012 at 04:43 AM
    maybe most of these other musicians and sports athletes can learn a lesson from Miranda, without the fans you wouldnt be anywher, so take an hour out of your pompous lives a day and visit someone in this brave young ladies life
  • by Kim cortinas Location: rockford on Jan 13, 2012 at 10:31 PM
    God bless u. U just dont hear that any more now days. Im sure everyone here in Rockford,ill thanks u for Ur big heart! Please be safe!
  • by kristi Location: rockford on Jan 13, 2012 at 06:34 PM
    I was at the concert with my daughter, It made me sad that Lexi and her mom couldn't experience it due to the tragic accident. That was very compassionate and special of Miranda and her band to give that young lady's spirit a lift at such a horrible time. Classy move.
  • by Scott Location: MI on Jan 13, 2012 at 05:58 PM
    Oh wow and this is why I love Miranda and her music so much.She is such a down to earth,compassionate,and talented woman.Its acts like this that make me proud to be not only a fan,but a Ran Fan!God Bless and prayers to Lexi
  • by rainman Location: winnebago on Jan 13, 2012 at 05:52 PM
    JUST WHAT I NEEDED TO READ, THANK YOU MIRANDA! MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND THIS FAMILY THAT HAS BEEN SO HURT.
  • by Cindy on Jan 13, 2012 at 03:59 PM
    God Bless you, Miranda, for being so compassionate!! I know you made this little girl's day in such a sad time!! Goes to show that country music stars are the BEST!! You are one of my Favorites, also!!
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      by loru on Jan 16, 2012 at 07:33 AM in reply to Cindy
      i am forever a Miranda fan I love the fact that she vivited this little girl. I worked with her grandmother and am very roud to say i am a country music fan and have always known that country music stars have more class in there little finger than any others
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