Congrats to Miranda Lambert!
The 31-year-old songstress was among four iconic country singers to be honored with a star in Nashville's Music City Walk of Fame on Tuesday.
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While it hasn't been an easy coupe of months following her split from Blake Shelton after four years of marriage, the blonde bombshell is optimistic about her future in Nashville.
She took the stage in a fitted black jumpsuit, and shared:
"A little more than 10 years ago I had gotten off Nashville Star – which was what I did instead of college – and I was living in Nashville and I made my first record. I got scared and ran back home to Mama. But I moved back here this year and I have never felt so inspired. This has been my first summer off the road in years, and I wrote every day. I feel more a part of Nashville than I ever have. I feel so at home here and so happy, and I am thrilled to have my name on the Music City Walk of Fame. This is such an honor. Thank you for letting me live this amazing life. I love it so much."
We hope this means we've got a kickass post-breakup album on the way!
The Little Red Wagon singer was introduced by tour buddy Dierks Bentley who joked:
"I have some stories from the road that may not be appropriate at this time, so I'm going to save them for my book and when I can make some money off them."
Your secrets would be safe with us, Dierks! LOLz.
Other honorees were the legendary Johnny Cash, former Grand Ole Opry General Manager Bud Wendell and songwriter, producer and guitarist Steve Cropper.
As for Blake, it seems he's doing just fine being single. In a recent interview, the country crooner revealed:
"I'm in a good place. I wasn't, but I am now. It's amazing how quickly life can turn around for you."
We're wondering if this has anything to do with the relationship rumors swirling about him and fellow judge on The Voice – newly single Gwen Stefani??
Only time will tell!
[Image via Mark Humphrey/AP Images.]
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