Miranda Lambert Warns Of Tears Onstage With New Tour

The newly-divorced diva declared 2015 'a sh---y year!'

Miranda Lambert Scars

Miranda Lambert tried to get through a new song during a Nashville concert — but told the audience: “Oh, God, I hope I don’t cry when I sing it!”

Then the country star, who recently endured a much-publicized divorce from husband Blake Shelton, added that she had “went through a really sh—y 2015!”

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That all seemed to catch up with her during Wednesday’s intimate performance at the City Winery in Nashville, where she introduced a song called “Scars,” written by her longtime guitarist Scotty Wray.

“We both went through a really sh—y 2015, and we have the tattoos to prove it,” said Miranda — after warning the audience that she might shed some tears.

Miranda’s getting warmed up for a better 2016, though.

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Despite the stress of last night’s show, Miranda was also getting ready for today’s announcement of this year’s “Keeper Of the Flame” Tour.

Dates haven’t been announced yet, but Miranda will also be joining Kenny Chesney on his “Spread The Love” Tour starting in April.

The newly-divorced star has wanderlust, too, as she joins a March package tour that takes her overseas for the first time in her career — including stops in London, Ireland and Scotland!