Country music star Miranda Lambert is getting fans super stoked with a special announcement. In collaboration with the reality series “Queer Eye,” the singer announced she’d be dropping one more new song before 2021 is finished.
In a post shared to Twitter Sunday, the “Gunpowder and Lead” singer announced her new single “Y’all Means All.” It will drop on December 31, just in time to celebrate New Years.
“Here’s one last surprise for y’all this year! A new song “Y’all Means All” will be out on 12/31 to celebrate the new season of @QueerEye that filmed all in Texas!” Lambert captioned the post.
Additionally, the post featured a few bars of her latest country tune in the background, but no word yet on any lyrics. We’re assuming the song is about inclusivity and celebrating everybody.
Miranda Lambert Gives Back to Animal Shelters in Time for Holidays
Further, while Miranda cleans up pretty well at awards shows each year for her honest and emotional music, she also finds time to devote to important causes.
One of those is her foundation MuttNation. This helps provide for shelter animals to find homes through adoption. The nonprofit’s mission is to “promote the adoption of shelter pets, advance spay & neuter and educate the public about the benefits of these actions.”
It’s no secret Lambert is a big-time animal lover. The singer always talks about her several dogs.
This holiday season is no different. Lambert dedicated time and money to animal shelters in Tennessee. She brought toys, treats, and some much-needed love to three Franklin, Tenn. area shelters.
“This time of year, it’s so important to remember shelter animals everywhere,” Lambert shared. “These three shelters have been important local partners to MuttNation over the past several years, and we all know how tough it’s been for them. I just wanted show my appreciation.”
Impressed Chain Helps Shelters Across Country
The Tractor Supply where Lambert made her purchases for the shelters felt the inspiration. They also wanted to help. The team decided to donate 10 one thousand dollar gifts to shelters across the country.
“MuttNation’s Love Harder campaign to raise awareness for dogs that are less frequently adopted has been an inspiration to all of us at Tractor Supply. We share Miranda’s affection for all shelter animals and wanted to support her efforts during this special time of year,” Tractor Supply Company’s Vice President of Divisional Merchandise Management, Nicole Logan says.
Inspiring people to take action is the whole point, Lambert notes. The singer began her foundation for animals in 2009 along with her mother Bev. Since then, the country star has dedicated thousands of dollars and resources to the education and placement of the animals.
It’s safe to say the singer’s big heart goes a long way.