THE Voice judge Kelly Clarkson broke down in tears throughout the competition show's live finale on Monday.
The emotional night comes as the 38-year-old battles ex Brandon Blackstock in their nasty divorce.
Kelly first broke down in tears following her contestant DeSz's performance of the original song Holy Ground.
Following the powerful performance, Kelly said: "I needed that song. I know you needed that song."
The Voice judge then began to cry as she continued: "It's such a beautiful thing.
"I know it's for the finale and everything, but everybody needs that message right now.
"You're hands down the greatest vocalist I've ever worked with on this show. You're crazy talented.
"I'm so proud to get to be your coach."
The emotional moment escalated as DeSz also cried while her coach praised the performance.
Kelly once again cried as DeSz prepared for her second performance of the night.
While rehearsing her cover of Fleetwood Mac's Landslide, Kelly wiped tears away from her eyes as she coached the Houston native through the number.
DeSz wowed the judges with her performance, which also made Kelly cry during the live episode.
After she composed herself, Kelly said: "You do things vocally that no one I know can do.
"Your runs, your precision. It's believable, it's felt, it's pure, it's raw,. It all the things I desire to be as a vocalist, and honest to God, will never be.
"You are so blessed."
Kelly's emotional night on The Voice comes as she continues to battle her ex Brandon, 43, in their nasty divorce.
The singer recently claimed Brandon has “defrauded her out of millions” in legal docs filed.
Their bitter split has heated up with Kelly's latest explosive allegations against her baby daddy – who also served as her personal manager for years.
Legal documents claim that Brandon “defrauded Kelly by charging exorbitant fees."
Now Kelly allegedly wants the earnings she feels is rightfully hers back in the pair’s ongoing divorce war.
Kelly filed for divorce in June due to "irreconcilable differences."
She also asked for joint physical and legal custody of their children, daughter River Rose, five, and son Remington Alexander, four.
The Breakaway singer won primary custody of her children as the exes have had a "difficult time" when it comes to co-parenting.
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