Taylor Swift 'Fully Fell Apart' Watching 14-Year-Olds Sing On 'The Voice'

By Lindsey Smith

November 4, 2019

Taylor Swift is continuing her Mega Mentorship on The Voice and things are getting emotional. 

In a preview clip for tonight's show (November 4), the “You Need To Calm Down” singer was shown full on crying after watching 14-year-old friends Chelsea and Myla (aka Hello Sunday) perform Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes' song, “Almost Is Never Enough.”

As you'll see in the footage above, the 29-year-old singer's jaw dropped as the young girls start singing. “When I started out, I was 10 or 11 years old singing for people,” Swift told the camera. “Seeing young performers, who so firmly have their musical identity figured out, I was so completely shattered by it. I fully fell apart. It was that good.”

She can also be seen wiping away tears after the talented due wrapped up their performance. “Oh my god, I'm fully crying,” Swift told coach Kelly Clarkson. “I don't know why. It's just really, really great.”

This isn't the first time this season Swift has cried while being the Mega Mentor. A couple of episodes ago, she and Clarkson were both moved to tears after hearing the story of another The Voice contestant named Melinda Rodriguez. But it hasn't been all tears! Swift and the judges had some great laughs when she nailed singing "the state song” on another episode.

Taylor Swift is performing at this year's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball in New York City, alongside a star-studded lineup. Fans will be able to watch the show on December 13th via an exclusive livestream on The CW App and CWTV.com. The CW Network will also broadcast the event as a nationwide special on Thursday, December 19th at 8pm ET. Fans will also be able to listen to December 13th's festivities across the country on 100 iHeartRadio CHR stations.

Photo: YouTube/ The Voice

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