Miranda Lambert recently took to social media to help promote a fellow country musician’s album. She and Caylee Hammack posed together in a photo Lambert shared on Instagram.
Miranda Lambert and Caylee Hammack shared the same pose while the former helped promote the latter’s new album. Lambert showed off her legs in black netted tights while lifting her right leg in a pose.
Hammack, who started performing at churches, struck the same pose as the two stars stood side-by-side. Lambert congratulated her fellow country musician, in the caption of the post, noting the release of her album titled “If it wasn’t for you.”
THANKFUL FOR CAYLEE
She confessed how she’d gotten to know Hammack while they were on her “Roadside Bar and Pink Guitar Tour.” Lambert described the redhead as “a doll.”
She went on to share how country music needed Hammack, who was born in Ellaville, Georgia, and her “truths.” Lambert concluded her post by sharing her gratitude with her colleague for the great music.
MIRANDA’S NO.1 SONG
The second image of the post featured, what appeared to be, Hammack’s new album cover. On July 26, 2020, Lambert reached a milestone of her own, according to an Instagram post she shared.
She revealed that it had been eight years since she’d had a number one song on the Billboard charts. Lambert then shared that “Bluebird” was officially a number-one track.
CELEBRATING HER MILESTONE
She made the announcement with two images on the social media platform. The first one was a still from the video of the song and the second photo showed her relaxing in a blue bikini top with white polka dots and Daisy Dukes.
QUARANTINING IN 2020
She sat on a pink chair outside on what appeared to be artificial grass and enjoyed a drink with a straw. Lambert has been in quarantine against the novel coronavirus outbreak with her husband, Brendan McLoughlin.
SURVIVING A PANDEMIC
The pair got married in a secret ceremony last January. In a previous interview with “Country 94.7,” the singer noted that if a newlywed couple could survive a pandemic, then it was a good sign.