In her first post-CMA Awards tweet, megastar Miranda Lambert lets fans know how grateful she is for the experience, and whether or not she has COVID.
“I had such a fun time last night getting to see my friends!” the country queen starts off.
Miranda Lambert is condensing a menagerie of topics into her latest tweet out to followers. For starters, she’s ever the lovely sport. Instead of citing how sad she is to lose out on several categories, like a lesser artist might, she instead focuses on being able to see friends in a safe environment during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Eagle-eyed fans will notice, in addition, that Lambert is also using this tweet to confirm she is COVID-Negative. This is excellent news for the star. It should not, however, come as a surprise.
Any celebrity or guest who tested positive for the virus were either denied entry or had to outright cancel their performances. In effect, the Country Music Association did all they humanly could to allow stars to gather without creating a public health risk.
Miranda Lambert Takes Home “Music Video of the Year”
As any artist will tell you – winning sure does make it easier to enjoy the night. While Lambert was nominated in every single category possible for a female country singer – she took home just one of those awards.
“Well what a great way to start #CMAawards day!! “Bluebird” won the @CountryMusic for Video of the Year! Thank you @fanjoy for bringing this one to life. See y’all later tonight for the show,” she tweets before the CMAs went live. A handful of lower-profile awards were announced before the televised event to drum up interest. Lambert’s only win was one of these. A good way to ensure you enjoy the night, either way!
Regardless of wins or losses last night, Lambert has become one of the most awarded musicians by the CMAs in history. As a result, she holds the record for most wins for Female Vocalist of the Year at 7 wins. This beats out even her longtime friend & rival for the title, Carrie Underwood, who has won 5 times.
And this year was no different as far as nominations are concerned. As stated, she was nominated in every possible category for a female solo artist. This, in itself, is beyond impressive.
In addition to being a nominee for both Entertainer of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year, Lambert’s hit song “Bluebird” was up for Song of the Year and Single of the Year alongside the category in which she won, Music Video of the Year.