May 13, 2010

The House That Built Me is now #5 on the Country Mediabase Chart! Also, two of the songs ahead of Miranda are losing spins, so be sure to REQUEST REQUEST REQUEST to get this song to the #1 spot where it belongs! If this song makes it to the #1 spot it will be Miranda’s second #1 song off of Revolution!


May 12, 2010

Miranda Lambert is gearing up to host her third annual Cause for the Paws event at the Villa di Felicita in Tyler, Texas on Saturday, May 15. The concert and auction will benefit the Humane Society of East Texas, which in the last three years has become a no-kill shelter for abandoned, neglected and abused animals.

Cause for the Paws is a charity Miranda’s mom, Bev, put together in her honor. Since the charity began, they have raised nearly $300,000.

“What sparked [the event] was I’ve always loved animals. In ‘The House That Built Me’ , there’s some of my real home footage, and I’m holding 18 puppies and kissing them,” Miranda tells The Boot. “So I went to the shelter [where] I used to volunteer, and I got Delilah, my white dog, the first one I got who went on the road with me. I just saw how overloaded they were. She was in a cage inside the building, not even outside because they had nowhere to put her. It sparked something, and I was like, ‘We need to help raise some money!’ And they went from euthanizing 8,000 dogs three years ago to [euthanizing] eight [this past year] — and they only did [those eight] because of disease or old age. They have pretty much become a no-kill shelter just because of the resources that Cause for the Paws has brought to them.”

Miranda’s crusade to save animals has now expanded to her new home state … with plans to keep growing.

“We did [a benefit] called Hearts and Tails in Tishomingo, where I bought my farm in Oklahoma,” Miranda reports. “And they didn’t have a shelter at all, and it was just awful. And that’s why I have six dogs, because I found them on the side of the road in Oklahoma and there’s nowhere to take them … It was just pens and tarps at the sewer plant, it was just terrible.”

Additionally, Miranda started the Mutt Nation Foundation last year because she wanted to make sure the money she raised in different cities actually went to the shelters. “That Sarah McLachlan commercial, I hate it,” she laments. “You know, the one where you have to turn it, and you start bawling. But sometimes giving money to just a commercial that you see, I’m scared, ‘Is the money gonna go to a nice shelter? Or is it gonna go to someone’s pocket?’ I get paranoid, and some people feel that way. So I just thought, well I wanna visit myself and see where the money goes. So hopefully, eventually every month or so on the road, I’ll get to stop at a shelter when we’re playing in that city and visit and see what they need or see what sending them before did. I just want to be hands on.”

Miranda wants to clear up a previous statement about fellow singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan. “I want to say one more thing — when I said I hated the Sarah McLachlan commercial, I love Sarah McLachlan!,” she exclaims. “I just hate her for singing that song with the sad poor animals. It just makes me wanna die. That’s all. I’m gonna tour with her, [and] I don’t want her to start hating me!”

The newly-engaged star with the big heart encourages people to adopt animals instead of going to a breeder. “I have six amazing dogs,” Miranda says, “and they all came from a shelter.”

May 12, 2010


May 11, 2010

He may be classified as a “hillbilly” singer, but Blake Shelton polished up his manners when it came to popping the question to Miranda Lambert.

“He called my dad and got his blessing first,” Lambert tells PEOPLE about Shelton’s surprise proposal on May 9. “That was so Southern and old-school and perfect.”

Equally perfect: The diamond-and-platinum ring “Hillbilly Bone” singer Shelton, 33, chose on his own.

“I was so proud of him,” says Lambert, 26. “We’ve been together five years, so he knew exactly what I wanted but it’s so much more perfect than I could have picked out myself.”

The setting for the proposal was distinctly down-home – in the woods near Lambert’s Tishomingo, Okla., home. And the celebration was similarly informal: “We had a couple of Bacardi and Diet Sprites – in a Solo cup!”

The engagement is yet another high point in a stellar year for Lambert, who in January scored her first No. 1 single with “White Liar” and in April won Album of the Year and Top Female Vocalist at the ACM Awards. Tuesday morning, Lambert was nominated for two CMT Awards, while her groom-to-be also received a nod.

“2010 will not be forgotten in my world,” she says.

And the best may be yet to come. “Weddings are great and engagements are great and diamonds are especially great,” Lambert says. “But I’m just excited to be married because I want to tell Blake I really can love him the rest of my life and be happy and make him happy.”

For more on Lambert and Shelton’s engagement – and a photo of the ring! – pick up the new issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.


Congratulations to Miranda & Blake! It’s about time!

May 11, 2010

Female Video of the Year
Miranda Lambert – “White Liar”
• Reba McEntire – “Consider Me Gone”
• Taylor Swift – “You Belong With Me”
• Carrie Underwood – “Cowboy Casanova”

Video of the Year
• Jason Aldean – “The Truth”
• Kenny Chesney – “Out Last Night”
• Toby Keith – “American Ride”
• Lady Antebellum – “Need You Now”
Miranda Lambert – “White Liar”
• Brad Paisley – “Welcome to the Future”
• Taylor Swift – “You Belong With Me”
• Carrie Underwood – “Cowboy Casanova”
• Keith Urban – ” ‘Til Summer Comes Around”
• Zac Brown Band – “Toes”

May 10, 2010

Many of country music’s biggest stars will band together for special concert on June 22, organized by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, to benefit Nashville in the wake of its devastating floods.

“Nashville Rising: A Benefit Concert For Flood Recovery,” will be held at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. The lineup so far includes the husband-and-wife hosts, along with Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Brooks & Dunn, Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, LeAnn Rimes and others.

“The damage that we’ve seen to people’s homes and the effect that the flooding has had on their lives is unimaginable. But we’ve seen the spirit of our community firsthand, as volunteers, church groups and our local business leaders rally to help,” McGraw and Hill said in a statement.

“We all need to continue to support those in need in any way that we can, and for that reason we could not be more appreciative to all of the artists, the companies and the people behind the scenes who collectively will make June 22 a truly special night.”

Severe storms and extensive flooding on the weekend of May 1 left almost two dozen people dead in Tennessee. In Nashville itself, the Grand Ole Opry was inundated, and many country-music artists had precious equipment damaged or lost.

A star-studded benefit telethon last Thursday raised some $1.7 million for flood relief, in addition to Taylor Swift donating $500,000.

“Nashville Rising” will benefit the Community Foundation, which provides philanthropic services in Middle Tennessee. Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 14. More information is available at


May 10, 2010

I’ve added 220 screencaptures from last night’s episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. It was truely a great episode and Miranda look great and worked hard!

Gallery Link:
>> Screencaptures > 2010 > Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

May 8, 2010

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