She loves to put on a tough exterior, but underneath it all Miranda Lambert is truly a softy at heart.
The “Fastest Girl In Town” songstress performed at the Healing in the Heartland concert last night (May 29) to raise support for the tornado victims in Moore, Oklahoma and at one point she welled up with emotion.
With Oklahoma residents still looking for loved ones and picking up the pieces after tornadoes ravaged part of the state, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton paid tribute to the state they call home on Tuesday's (May 21) episode of "The Voice."
The country couple reside in Oklahoma most of the year and the "Voice" coach was raised there as well, making the tragedy more personal.
As tornado's roared through Oklahoma earlier Monday (May 20) tearing apart homes, businesses, and schools, celebrities took to Twitter to express their thoughts and prayers for those in devastation's way.
While Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton offered up wishes for peace to those affected, others added the hashtag #PrayForOklahoma to their tweets and encouraged people to give to relief organizations. Check out what the stars are saying below.
While rocking sultry poses for the Doug Inglish and Carter Smith photo shoot, the singing trio opened up about everything from what really inspires Taylor's breakup tunes to Miranda's true inspiration.
In addition to belting out her hit "Mama's Broken Heart," Lambert managed to pull in three new pieces of hardware for herself including Song of the Year, Single Record of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year.