Miranda Lambert is auctioning off the boots she worn on stage at the Academy of Country Music Awards. Lambert joins other country music singers in supporting COVID-19 relief.
The singer posted a photo of the black cowboy boots and a picture of Lambert wearing them to Twitter.
On Twitter, Lambert’s team wrote, “@ACMawards is auctioning off a pair of boots worn by Miranda onstage! Visit http://christies.com/Nashville to place your bid. All proceeds benefit the #ACMLiftingLives COVID-19 Response Fund.”
Proceeds from the event will benefit the ACM Lifting Lives COVID-19 Response Fund. According to their website, Lifting Lives has partnered with country music artists to help those affected by the pandemic. This also includes small businesses and concert venues.
Miranda Lambert Joins Other Country Singers Like Carrie Underwood in the Auction
In an Instagram post, Carrie Underwood’s team announced the singer will be auctioning off the three dresses she wore to the event. Underwood performed in two of the dresses and accepted the award for Entertainer of the Year in the third.
“Who wouldn’t want pieces of @carrieunderwood’s iconic ensemble?!” the post read. “Her dresses from this year’s #ACMawards could be yours! They’re up for grabs [email protected]’s ‘Nashville: An Auction To Benefit ACM Lifting Lives COVID-19 Response Fund.’”
During the auction, Underwood will sell off three dresses that she wore to the ACM Awards. For the event, Underwood wore a red dress designed by Steven Khalil. With the dress, she wore high heels by Enrico Cuini. She also wore a gold dress by Charles & Ron and a pair of Jeffrey Campbell shoes.
Additionally, Underwood will be selling her black Marina Hoermanseder dress and Enrico Cuini shoes. She wore both when she accepted her ACM Award.
Bidding will be open until Oct. 29.