Twitter Reacts To Ingrid Andress Crying During Her 2020 CMAs Performance

Colorado-born country singer Ingrid Andress brought the house down with her powerful rendition of "More Hearts Than Mine" at the 2020 CMA Awards on Nov. 11. By the end of her emotionally-charged performance, the star herself was teary-eyed as she sang about a true-to-life first love, choking up on the final line, "You'll be breaking more hearts than mine."

According to The Boot, this show of emotion is nothing new for Andress. Country's rising star has displayed a knack for emotional precision, penning razor sharp lyrics that cut to the heart of loss and love, ever since she burst onto the Nashville music scene in 2018. In a 2020 interview with Taste of Country, Andress pointed to "More Hearts Than Mine" as the most personal entry of her 2020 debut album, Lady Like. Despite her initial hesitancy to share the vulnerable lyrics (which tell the story of how her family tends to become attached to her significant others), the decision to make "More Hearts Than Mine" a debut single paid off! The song earned Andress her first big hit, going on to become the only debut single from a solo female artist to break the Billboard Country Airplay chart's Top 20 in 2019. Of course, Twitter had some thoughts about Ingrid Andress' tears during her time on stage! Keep scrolling to read the platform's reactions.

Ingrid Andress brought everyone else to tears, too

Immediately following Ingrid Andress' emotional act, Twitter lit up with praise for the country newcomer. "Tearing up watching @IngridAndress... what an amazing HUMAN, writer and artist. Love you girl," fellow country singer Tenille Arts tweeted in a sweet show of support. Arts was far from the only artist to chime in with her two cents. Superstar Kelsea Ballerini wrote, "@IngridAndress that performance was emotionally stunning and you are a superstar," while YouTuber Grady Smith simply tweeted, "Ingrid Andress has a beautifully clear tone." Other viewers left relatable messages, noting that the performance made them cry and declaring that "More Hearts Than Mine" will "never not be on repeat."

Per Entertainment Tonight, "More Hearts Than Mine" snagged a mention in the Song of the Year category, which Andress lost out on to Maren Morris, Jimmy Robbins, and Laura Veltz for "The Bones." She was also up for New Artist of the Year, though that honor went to Morgan Wallen. Despite not winning big at the CMAs, it's clear Andress has won herself plenty of new fans thanks to this stirring set.