Miranda will be on the new season of Vh1’s Behind The Music series! The series places its generality on documentation of musical artists or groups whom are interviewed and discuss how their careers became successful and what hardships they undertook. No date on when Miranda’s will air yet!
VH1’s “Behind the Music” is continuing its resurgence with a new season of the revived documentary series.
Launching at 10 p.m. June 29 with an episode dedicated to rapper Missy Elliott, the series will continue its brand of intensely personal narratives, paired with never-before-seen footage from the featured artists and interviews from those who know them best.
Elliott, who stepped away from the spotlight in recent years, address rumors about her weight and opens up about being sexually molested as a young child.
“Missy was great and very candid,” said Brad Abramson, series executive producer. “She talked for the first time about her [near fatal bout with] Graves disease, which she’s been battling for the last few years, and spoke in detail about the sexual abuse she experienced as a child.”
Beside Elliott, the season also includes Ice Cube, Miranda Lambert, Mary J. Blige, Enrique Iglesias, Adam Lambert and Ricky Martin.
More details from Blake and Miranda’s have emerged check them out below!
When Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert tied the knot on May 14 at the 125-acre Don Strange Ranch outside San Antonio, Tex., they definitely did it their way — as detailed in the new issue of Us Weekly, out now.
Standing on a cowhide rug beneath an arch made of antlers, Shelton, 35, and Lambert, 27, (clad in her mother’s wedding dress and custom Casadei cowboy boots) exchanged vows during an emotional ceremony in a lantern-lit barn.
Other unforgettable accents for their special day? A brown wedding cake (meant to look like worn leather) accented by hot pink icing, a four-pound brooch bouquet made of costume jewelry, a reception hall decked out with hunting and fishing gear and more.
“They wanted it to reflect their personalities — old fashioned, laid-back and fun,” wedding planner Kathy Best (and Lambert’s publicist) tells Us.
Want to know how they pulled it off? Check out the full list of Shelton and Lambert’s wedding dream team below!
Here’s a sneak peek of what you can see in Miranda’s issue of US Weekly out this week! Her second dress (Priscilla of Boston Vineyard) is beautiful! I think she could have walked down the aisle in that dress also!
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Miranda Lambert didn’t call in any special favors when the time came to select a dress for her May 14 wedding to Blake Shelton, her beau of five years.
Instead, the 27-year-old “House That Built Me” singer exchanged her vows in the same simple ivory wedding gown her mother had worn more than three decades earlier.
“My parents have been married for 33 years, so this dress is already a good-luck charm,” the bride tells the new issue of Us Weekly (on stands now). Keeping with her Southern roots, Lambert paired the gown with custom-made Casadei cowboy boots. (Lambert’s bridesmaids wore Old Gringo boots and custom-made gowns by Priscilla of Boston’s Mark Bower.)
Shelton, 34, choked back tears as Lambert’s dad gave her away. “I couldn’t get over how beautiful she was,” he tells Us.
Lambert turned heads again when she changed into a short, strapless silk shantung Priscilla of Boston dress for the reception. “I’m married to my best friend!” Lambert told Us after the ceremony. “Looking forward to a lifetime of laughter.”
For more details on the couple’s romantic “I Do’s” — including their star-studded guest-list, their savory dinner menu, and their honeymoon plans — pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, out now!
Miranda and Blake’s wedding photographer, Robert Evans blogged about his experience photographing Miranda & Blake’s wedding! He had nothing but great things to say about the two and the wedding and we also get a few more details! Seriously, I can’t wait to see these photos!
Read what he had to say below!
It was a perfect Texas day in the middle of May for a wedding. Location, Don Strange Ranch near Boerne, Texas, a community located approximately 45 minutes from San Antonio. The weather was perfect, the environment, beautiful but the most special part of this day was the bride and groom; not because they are two of the biggest county music artists in country music today; no what made this day so special, was how real Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton really are.
By the 550 friends and family in attendance, one can deduce how many hearts these two have touched. I too was treated like part of their family.
People often ask me what was it like to shoot a celebrity wedding as if it should be different than photographing ” Normal People” Answer: there is no difference. What makes for great wedding pictures for me is the personal connection I have with my bride and groom and the time to create photographic magic. From the first moment I meet each of them I was touched by their big hearts and contagious personalities, which made the privilege of photographing their wedding an absolute joy, not a job.
“Miranda Shelton” on her driver’s license, and “Miranda Lambert” on her album covers!
Just-married Miranda Lambert is changing her legal name in honor of her new husband Blake Shelton, a rep for the country couple confirms to Us Weekly.
Professionally speaking, however, the Grammy-winning star will keep her famous maiden name, the rep added.
Lambert, 27, tried out her new name via Twitter on Monday, two days after she and The Voice coach Shelton, 34, tied the knot in Texas.
“Mrs. Shelton here!” she wrote. “Winning!”
550 friends and family — including Reba McEntire, Kelly Clarkson, Martina McBride, Dierks Bentley, Charles Kelly and the Bellamy Brothers — watched as the couple of 5 years exchanged their vows at a ranch late Saturday evening, where the bride wore her mother’s wedding dress.
Clarkson was thrilled to be part of the bash, she wrote on Facebook Sunday. “It was the greatest wedding/reception I’ve ever been to!” the singer, 29, raved.
Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert may have enjoyed venison harvested by the bride during their Saturday night wedding, but their nuptials did have at least one glamorous element: the bling. The lovebirds, who tied the knot at the Don Strange Ranch in Boerne, Texas, exchanged custom-made rings designed by San Antonio jeweler Johnathon Arndt. (Arndt also crafted Carrie Underwood‘s engagement ring and wedding band.)
According to a release, Arndt created a 5-carat white diamond “Eternity” ring for Lambert, designed to complement her stunning engagement ring. Shelton’s wedding band was a bit more unique, based on one of his tattoos. Arndt first made a sketch of the ink, then spent 60 days hand engraving the ring, which features a black diamond mounted on the inside — a special request from Lambert.
As for the bride’s wedding day look, Arndt says that she walked down the aisle wearing a $1.2 million three-tier, 30-carat diamond necklace, plus diamond teardrop earrings to match. For the reception, the country cutie added a $250,000 cocktail ring from Arndt’s 2011 “Bombay” collection, a sparkler that boasted 60 carats of multi-colored sapphires set in 18-karat black gold. Guess everything is bigger in Texas!
Congratulations! Heart Like Mine is Miranda’s second Billboard #1 and her third Mediabase Chart #1.
Help it stay at the top and REQUEST the song!
Her heart may belong to new husband Blake Shelton, but Miranda Lambert’s single ‘Heart Like Mine’ belongs to the fans, as it has claimed the top spot on both the Mediabase/Country Aircheck and Billboard country charts. Brad Paisley’s ‘Old Alabama’ is No. 2 on both charts, followed by Sara Evans’ ‘A Little Bit Stronger,’ which falls to No. 3.
Miranda explains there is a lot of her own personality and life experiences in ‘Heart Like Mine,’ which she co-wrote with her ‘Nashville Star’ co-competitor, Travis Howard, and Pistol Annies’ pal, Ashley Monroe. “That’s a look in to my world. Just being a real person, there’s no place for judgment,” the singer-songwriter explains. “I grew up in church, and my mom always says I cut my teeth on a church pew [laughs], but I have also been judged a lot, and probably judged a lot myself. But I feel like there’s nobody to do that except for that man upstairs, so this song’s really about embracing who you are and knowing that, no matter what, somebody loves you without condition.”
The country princess, who is currently on her honeymoon with the ‘Honey Bee’ singer, is scheduled to return to the road June 3 in Cary, N.C.