Miranda Lambert Thankful for CMA Nods After Emotional Week
Miranda Lambert is adding Bailey's to her coffee to celebrate her multiple 2017 CMA Awards nominations. It's a sweet start to the week after a very emotional week last week.
Lambert's name was included in five CMA Awards categories, including Female Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year. She and Keith Urban lead the group, with several others earning three nods. Lambert posted a picture to Instagram sharing that she and seven of her dogs were celebrating from her Tennessee farm this morning.
"Country music and animals is are my absolute life and my heart," she writes. "Thank you fans, friends, family and Nashville for always supporting me."
In 2016 Lambert's streak of six straight Female Vocalist of the Year wins was snapped by Carrie Underwood, who is also nominated in 2017. Find the "Tin Man" singer in the Music Video, Single and Song of the Year categories as well.
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It's happy news after a week spent in Texas helping animals in need of rescue after Hurricane Harvey. Lambert's MuttNation charity cleared 100 dogs from animal shelters to make room for new pups that need temporary housing. Now home, she'll enjoy a fairly quiet month before she heads to Alaska and Canada for some fall tour stops.
Lambert has 12 lifetime CMA Awards, including two for Album of the Year and one each for Song and Single of the Year.
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