Go Behind the Scenes with @MirandaLambert

Reigning ACM Female Vocalist of the Year, Miranda Lambert, is dropping her new album on Tuesday (June 3rd). In anticipation of this release, Miranda is gearing up to promote Platinum toward inevitable success. Along with a sure-to-be hot album (with a name likely foreshadowing its future status in the music industry), this country music starlet also is sporting an undeniably hot new body that the camera simply adores.

In order to get fans even more excited for the upcoming release, Miranda shared a behind-the-scenes video of a photo shoot associated with her new album. Take a glimpse into this shoot by watching the video below. You can also pre-order Platinum now and receive immediate downloads of Miranda’s first single off the album, “Automatic,” and her duet with fellow blonde bombshell Carrie Underwood, entitled “Somethin’ Bad.”

Miranda Lambert entered the country music scene as a finalist on the 2003 season of Nashville Star, where she finished in third place (behind Buddy Jewell and John Arthur Martinez). Miranda’s debut album, Me and Charlie Talking, was released in 2005 and brought us her first hit single “Kerosene.” Following this album, Miranda released three other albums, all of which flew to the top of the charts and consisted of hit after hit after hit. Miranda’s 2009 album, Revolution, hailed “The House That Built Me,” which is one of Miranda’s most identifiably successful songs to date. To further solidify Miranda’s musical successes, the superstar has been the recipient of Grammy Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, and Country Music Association Awards. Miranda is also well-known for her publicized marriage to fellow country singer extraordinaire, Blake Shelton.

Author: Country Cadre

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