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Over the weekend, Cam married her longtime love Adam Weaver during an intimate ceremony in Joshua Tree, CA. Aww!
The desert town couldn't have been a more fitting choice for the twosome's nuptials as both the Burning House singer and Weaver are California natives. It's said the bride donned a Jenny Packham gown as she walked down the aisle to the sounds of mariachi band playing Bésame Mucho.
On her dress selection, the 31-year-old dished to People:
Country will keep them together!
But the country crooners put their differences aside to collaborate once again in the name of country!
On Tuesday, the CMAs dropped a new video in honor of the 50th Annual CMA Awards featuring Shelton, Lambert, and a slew of country's biggest acts!
The song, titled Forever Country, shows titans of the genre singing a mashup of John Denver's Take Me Home, Country Road and Dolly Parton's I Will Always Love You.
In addition to Blake and Miranda, the vid features cameos from Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Luke Bryan, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Kacey Musgraves, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Willie Nelson, Reba McEntire, and of course Parton herself!
We guess Taylor Swift's invite got lost in the mail! Ha!
Ch-ch-check out the star-studded video (below) and catch the 50th Annual CMA Awards November 2 on ABC!
Miranda Lambert may have cancelled the last three dates of her Keeper Of The Flame tour, but the vocal rest isn't keeping her from making new music!
On Tuesday, the blonde beauty took to Instagram to dish deets about her album on the way, revealing the project's title AND release date!
The country crooner shared an epic black-and-white clip that showed the songstress scribbling on a notepad.
As the camera zooms in, we can see that the sweet singer has written down the name of her upcoming album — which is the first since her split from Blake Shelton — and the date it will drop, penning:
"The Weight Of These Wings
So exciting! Ch-ch-check out Miranda's video announcement (below)!
It's been over a year since Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton officially called it quits, but the blonde beauty is definitely showing signs of picking herself up and moving on — especially in her new video Vice!
Ever since the 32-year-old singer dropped hew latest single almost two months ago, we've been dying to take a peek at the music video seeing as how Lambert has all but confirmed the song is about her split!
Luckily, the Grammy-winner FINALLY released the video on Thursday and there's A LOT of emotional imagery to unpack, especially the scene of the songstress somehow walking away from an overturned car without a scratch on her!
That's just the tip of the iceberg as the country hottie sheds an old jacket, walks past graves, and literally stands at crossroads — Oh yeah, and Lambert gets into a newer, faster, sleeker looking car at the end of the video too! LOLz!!
Ch-ch-check out Miranda's Vice music video (below)!!!
While the VMAs may be fresh on everyone's mind, don't you go forgetting about our country music idols!
Luckily for you country fans, they did just that on Wednesday — and we're happy to say most of our faves made the list.
Heck, even rocker Elle King earned herself a nomination!!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees for the 2016 CMA Awards (below)!!!
Now she's opening up about it in the best way possible — in the "vulnerable" new song Vice!
A couple weeks ago, we got our first listen of Lambert's new track about heartache and vices of course, and now we know more heartbreaking details about where the songstress' head was at when writing it!
The 32-year-old opened up to Billboard about her newest track, saying:
Don't you just want to reach out and give Miranda Lambert a big ol' hug?!
The singer got super emotional at a show on Friday night when she started performing a song she had co-written with ex-husband Blake Shelton — and she needed the crowd to help her finish!
The song, her 2012 single Over You, was the straw that broke the camel's back at Lambert's concert in Tinley Park, Illinois on Friday — and she got visibly upset in front of the entire audience during its performance.
Watch the whole thing go down (below):