Miranda Lambert Takes Home ACM’s 2018 Female Vocalist of the Year
Miranda Lambert has taken home the Female Vocalist of the Year title from the ACM Awards every year since 2010. Even she was in disbelief when she won again on Sunday (April 15).
“I cannot believe this,” Lambert said to the audience in attendance at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas after beating out fellow nominees Kelsea Ballerini, Reba McEntire, Maren Morris and Carrie Underwood. “I really can’t. Thank you so much. I love country music. It’s my entire life. I dedicate everything I have to it. For all of you to care so much about what I’m doing, I just will never take it for granted. Thank you all. Praise Jesus.”
It was heartwarming to see Lambert look so happy, as rumors have been swirling that her relationship with Anderson East ended recently. She walked the carpet alone on Sunday and has not addressed the rumors since they sparked.
But she was at her best, it seemed, in a black mini dress with bell sleeves, and looked ready to take on the remainder of 2018 with a new found gusto and determination to succeed. In fact, the also Grammy Award-winner will release "Keeper of the Flame," her fourth radio single off her critically acclaimed, platinum-certified, double album The Weight of These Wings, to country radio on April 16. She will also head out on tour with Little Big Town coming up this July.
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