Miranda Lambert was sizzling hot in her leather short shorts at Stagecoach this weekend, but it was the country singer's entertaining prowess that wowed the fans even more.
The wife of country music sensation Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert knows how to work a crowd. But unlike some at the music festival, she didn't "forget her lyrics, drink onstage or engage in aimless, repetitive banter between numbers."
Miranda Lambert was there to entertain, and that's exactly what she did.
In addition to some of her tried-and-true favorites ('Fastest Girl in Town,' 'Little Red Wagon,' 'Kerosene,' 'Mama's Broken Heart,' and more) Lambert sang a cover of ZZ Topp's 'Tush.' ZZ Topp played earlier that same evening on an adjacent stage.
— Stagecoach Festival (@Stagecoach) April 26, 2015
Miranda Lambert has overtaken fan favorites like Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood, and is who most country music fans and musicians alike consider the 'queen of country.' In a facet of the music industry where male performers reign, Lambert has more than proven she can get more than her share of radio airplay and sold-out shows.
— Cody Alan (@cmtcody) April 20, 2015
Sure, Miranda Lambert was beyond sexy at Stagecoach this weekend, but she was first and foremost a talented singer and entertainer. Fans got their money's worth when they banked on seeing her show this weekend.