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Miranda Lambert Says Living In L.A. When Blake Shelton Began ‘The Voice’ “Taught Me Hollywood Is Not Anything I Want To Be Part Of”

Miranda Lamberts latest record, palomino, has been repeated since its release.

In a recent interview with the LA times (around the album’s release) she described parts of her journey so far and how she’s managed to stay at the forefront of mainstream country music for so long by forging her own path.

Of course, it hasn’t come without a few bumps in the road, and that includes her extremely public divorce from Blake Shelton back in 2015. Back then, you couldn’t set foot in any business without seeing one (or both) of their faces on the cover of a magazine with some sort of salacious gossip or divorce references.

Blake has since remarried The voice Trainer Gwen Stefani and Miranda is now married to former NYPD officer Brendan McLoughlin, but Miranda recalls what “was a shock [her] System,” as she moved to Hollywood part-time with Blake and really experienced all these tabloids for the first time:

“I’m a Scorpio, so I’m already very private and protective. And choosing the job that I’ve chosen… I mean, I go on stage, I stand in front of people.

But I didn’t pick random photos from moments when I wasn’t at work.”

Since Nashville is basically the opposite of LA (at least in terms of paparazzi), she says they’ve pushed TMZ to Music City more than once:

“TMZ has tried to get to Nashville about three times and we keep avoiding them. We say, ‘No, not here.’”

However, she learned a valuable lesson from her time there that you’ve probably heard from many other country artists in the past (like Cody Johnsonfor example):

“It taught me that Hollywood isn’t something I want to be a part of.”

Blake and Miranda married in 2011 and Blake began his acting The voice the same year. Of course there are endless rumors about what really happened between them, but in the end we have an incredible record from Miranda The weight of these wings.

But she had to go through hell to get there and said the whole ordeal was:

“Terrible… like the death of something.”

She’s clearly moved on since then, giving off a much lighter feel and feel palomino (and even her 2019 placeholder), but the “divorce album” trend is still alive.

Kacey Musgraves and Carly Pearce interpret star cross and 29: Written in stone in 2021, but Miranda says they have a good year to wallow and live in this space, and then it’s time to move on:

“I see all these women getting divorced and I’m like, ‘You’ve got a year and then you’re not going to indulge anymore. Let’s cry those tears and move on.’”

I can’t lie and say I don’t live for a good divorce record, but I think Miranda’s logic is spot on, and no one should live in this sad space forever… like she said, it doesn’t workalso for the sake of “art”.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t still write those heartbreaking, sad country songs the genre is known for doing so well, and she’s included one of the best in her catalogue palomino Track Listing, “Carousel”:

Miranda Lambert lets her music do the talking

Miranda Lambert is officially the ACM Awards reigning entertainer of the year.

This EOTY award brings her total ACM awards to 38, in addition to already being the most awarded artist in ACM history.

She recently sat down for an interview with poll star before the show, where she spoke a little about her journey in the music business so far and how she’s managed to stay at the forefront of mainstream country music for so many years.

And of course, in the music business (especially country music) there’s often an expectation that women need to look or act a certain way in order to be successful. Unfortunately, there’s still some of that in Nashville today, especially when it comes to signing to a major label.

Miranda managed to get away from gaming small bars and honky tonks in Texas since she started she has sold an impressive 2.7 million total tickets…but that’s because the honesty and authenticity of her music connects her with people around the world, both men and women, and nothing else .

She says it was her life’s work and she made sure to do it right:

“I put my life into my songs… and I’ve never counted on my hair, makeup, and boobs to get over me.

I’ve always used my guitar. A guitar and a really stubborn head will take you far.”

And that’s God’s honest truth (and really good advice for any girl chasing a dream).

Her talent goes well beyond her looks, and she knows it. She admits her ability to talk about real life and all of her experiences were key to her success:

“I feel like the girls I sing to, or even the people who are listening, are people like me. Men or women, they have made their mistakes; they go through things high and low.

So I tell stories for those who can’t. I kind of represent all of us.”

Well, that and the fact that she always keeps us on our toes. I mean, if she wasn’t just a little crazy, it would be too vanilla to really work the way it does long-term (and just plain boring):

“Who doesn’t want to be part of a fireball? The emotional, moody, crazy part is being with a woman who arouses you.

You’d be surprised how all the guys with their great big beers sing every word of ‘Hell On Heels’.”

your last single “If I Were a Cowboy” presents a message that encapsulates everything about her career over the last several decades…she is one Cowgirl and a country queen:

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