Singer Miranda Lambert announced she wouldn't be performing for the next few months due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Country music singer, Miranda Lambert, announced that she wouldn't be having any performances over the next few months.
In a recent Instagram post, Lambert revealed that she wouldn't be having shows, bus calls, or soundchecks in months to come.
In the Instagram post, Miranda shared a series of pictures which she accompanied with a lengthy caption. In her caption, Lambert shared that she had been struggling with what to tell her fans during the coronavirus outbreak.
She explained that she was not good with social media, and being a challenging time made it harder to figure out how to be.
The "Over You" star also wrote about having anxiety. She stated that, like every other person, her anxiety over the present state of the world was through the roof.
Speaking on what she had been up to since the social distancing practice started, Lambert disclosed that she had been spending time on her farm. She wrote:
"I've started working on some projects around the farm that I kept running from because I had to leave for work and some I've wanted to run from..."
The two times Grammy award winner also added that she and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, have been cleaning, cooking, and working out with the help of some virtual classes.
According to Lambert, she and Brendan are spending some quiet time with each other. They had also been spending time with their dogs and horses.
Lambert and McLoughlin tied the knots in January 2019, four years after she divorced her first husband, Blake Shelton.
Going further in her caption, Miranda disclosed that she had been able to write a few songs, one of which includes a collaboration with Ronnie Dunn.
The 36-year-old revealed that she had spent most of the day thanking Jesus for the sun while adding that she missed her New York family alongside her Texas and road family. The songwriter also said:
"My soul sister @apes_1983 just had her first baby yesterday, baby Finn, and we only get to see him through a screen for now."
It came as no surprise that spending time with Brendon, whom she married in February 2019, is helping Lambert get through these challenging times.
Back in October, the singer had described McLoughlin as the love of her life, adding that she adored him for his easy-going personality.
In February, "Fox News" reported that Brendan had retired from the New York Police department where he previously worked. According to the report, the 27-year-old might have retired to join his wife's security team.
Lambert and McLoughlin tied the knots in January 2019, four years after she divorced her first husband, Blake Shelton. Her marriage to Brendan came just a few months after another woman had his first child.
December 21, 2019