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Miranda’s Quotes

— “I’m one of those people that will milk it to the last drop when I win something. I’m still talking about Album of the Year (for ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’) that I won two years ago.”

— “I always say that Nashville Star saved me from five more years in the honky tonks.”

— “To say that 2010 has been an exciting and amazing year seems like an understatement.”

— “The problem with having a ‘persona’ is that you might get caught being yourself.”

— “I collect salt and pepper shakers.Blake calls me a ma’maw [Southern slang for ‘grandma’] because of it. I actually have a knick-knack shelf at 26. I think it’s cool!”

— “I like pink guitars and puppies so how scary can I be?”

— “Having Blake along with the amazing Reba say my name three times on the CBS ‘Early Show’ [Tuesday] was so cool. I just happened to be in New York with some of the ACM executives when they told me I had six nominations including Album of the Year again. It’s unbelievable, and I can’t thank the country music industry and ACM voters enough for believing in what I do.”

— “Revolution is my favorite album I’ve done. I kind of wanted to get out of the whole crazy-girl-with-the-shotgun type thing. I think I was getting pushed in a corner a little bit. I was ready to show a different side of myself.”

— “I was hoping to get a picture with Cher (the singer) and Cher (the dog), but that’s a little lame, I want a picture myself!”

— “It’s great to be genuinely happy for somebody. Usually you see people hug another artist when they win but you’re not sure if they’re close. We’re all friends — and it was a great night for us.”

— “I was hoping for Album of the Year. I really wanted to win that, but then when I got Female Vocalist? Well, that was an award I never thought I would win. I never considered myself as Carrie or Reba or Martina.”

— “2010 will not be forgotten in my world.”

— “I wouldn’t mind performing with Beyoncé. I’ve got some junk in my trunk!”

— “Being happy is horrible for songwriting, especially for country music. We just want to write about leaving and sadness. I have to put myself in a dark place if I want to write something good.”

— “I consider myself a true country singer/songwriter who stands on the vocal and attitudinal shoulders of Natalie Maines and George Jones.”

— “I don’t want my music to be taken as something you just hum along with. No matter what I’m singing, I want to say something that makes people think. I want people to hear my songs and feel something. I want to be appreciated as someone whose music is real. I want to be thought of as a true artist, not just as an ‘entertainer.’”

— “You know, I don’t wear pink because I don’t want to be blond Barbie, but I wore everything pink tonight. I had a pink microphone. I don’t know what’s happening to me. I’m just full of love!”

Other Celebrities On Miranda

Carrie Underwood

— “I think she’s so cool because she’s real. You can talk to her, and she’s not going to be fake in any way, shape or form. She’s amazingly talented.”

— “Miranda Lambert! She gets attention and people know who she is, but I’d lose an award to her any day. I just think she’s super talented and really sweet and fun. I think she deserves more accolades. She gets some, but she deserves more.”

Blake Shelton

— “As bad-ass as her image is, she is 200 percent girl.”

— “She’s one of those few people you meet and have a connection with, and you don’t really fully understand it, but you know it’s a pretty big deal.”

Loretta Lynn

— “I absolutely love her. You have to stop and watch her when you see her.”

Trisha Yearwood

— ” I really like Miranda Lambert. She has a great voice.”

Faith Hill

— “Miranda is an honest singer with a spitfire attitude.”

Patty Loveless

— “She kind of reminds me of myself a little bit. I was a little country, a little edgy. She’s turned out to be more hillbilly rock ‘n’ roll and a mix of real country. That’s what I like hearing. Her nine CMA nominations are well deserved.”

Chris Young

— “Miranda is one of the most talented singer/songwriters out there. I have always loved her music and her live shows, and I’m very excited about being on the road with her.”

Jake Owen

— “I can’t wait to get out on the road with Miranda. She and her band know how to rock and our show is a perfect fit with that. Her fans are always ready to have a good time and we’re ready to show them a party.”

Eric Church

— “Miranda and I both have a lot of respect for each other musically. I consider her a badass and she considers me one. Put us both together and it should be unsafe at best. Everybody better rest up for this one cause we’re gonna blow it up.”

Lady Antebellum

— “The House That Built Me by Miranda Lambert (is a song that made Charles Kelley cry). It’s the most relatable song. I sent it to my brother Josh and he cried. He played it for his wife and she cried.”


— “America the Beautiful.” I made a really, really, really amazing relationship with Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert. I played that song there specifically for them, not only because it’s a beautiful rendition of it, but because they’re great friends of mine. (when questioned about 4th of July fireworks playlist)