Country Singer Miranda Lambert Caught on Camera Deflating Fan's Beach Ball at Pennsylvania Concert

Sep 04, 2019
11:00 P.M.
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Miranda Lambert was not going to let a beach ball make rounds on her concert. She grabbed the unsuspecting beach ball and deflated it. 

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Country singer, Miranda Lambert, was giving a concert in Allentown, Pennsylvania during the weekend. A beach ball was making rounds in the crown and ended up on the stage. 

Lambert grabbed the ball and looked at the audience with a grin. She went back towards the drums and deflated the beach ball before taking center stage with a smile. 

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"I love y' all but we're not at the damn beach," Lambert said from the stage, in a video posted by a fan. "We're singing country music tonight," she said. 

The fan captioned the picture, "This was such a Miranda Lambert thing to do," alongside a laughing emoji and a knife emoji. This wasn't the first time the incident happened.

One fan commented, "Googled Miranda Lambert stabs a beach ball & it’s not the first time!! In 2016, she had a pocketknife necklace ready."

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Lambert wrapped up her festivals and for the summer and is ready to head out on her all-female Roadside bars and pink guitars tour. 

LAMBERT TO START HER ALL-FEMALE TOUR

Lambert talked to "Woman's Day," and mentioned her group, "Pistol Annies," with country singers, Ashley Monroe, and Angaleena Presley.

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"We put into songs the things you talk about at a girls' night with wine. We want other women to know that they're not alone. We're not afraid to talk about the good, bad, and ugly, because it's real," she said about her song during her interview. 

The group will be performing with rotating opening acts from reputed singers such as Maren Morris, Ashley McBryde, Tenille Townes, Caylee Hammack, and Elle King.

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LAMBERT SAYS MORRIS IS PERFECT FOR THE DUET

Lambert confirmed that her song, "Too pretty for prison" is a girls anthem and she had Maren Morris on her mind from the moment she started writing it. 

"I knew from the second we were writing it that I would love to have Maren on it. It popped in my head right away before the song was even done," she said. With the all-female tour ready to begin, Lambert will be spending some time away from her husband. 

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