George Strait Makes Miranda Lambert’s Dream Come True

 

Whoever said "dreams really do come true" wasn't lying. Especially for country music's favorite little hell raiser, Miranda Lambert.

The "Gunpowder and lead" singer realized one of her biggest dreams on January 31st when the "King Of Country", George Strait, invited her to perform with him at his San Diego, California show.

When King George started to sing "How Bout Them Cowgirls" the already rambunctious crowd grew even more rambunctious as Miranda joined him on stage. Not only was a childhood dream coming to fruition, but she took a moment to regale him with the story of getting to see him perform twice during her teenage years. Once at the age of 15 and again at the age of 17 when her boyfriend at the time bought her 12th row tickets to see the country legend perform for the second time, Lambert a fellow Texas native also took a moment to brag just a bit. "From the back row of texas stadium to the 12th row and now I'm standing here singing with the King"

She also did what can be described as a "happy dance" around the stage. Can you blame her? Its not everyday someone gets bragging rights.. but its also not everyday that someone gets to brag about performing with one of country music's most iconic and legendary performers.

-Heather Cheyenne-

Twitter: Wicked_In_Spurs

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  1. abnoles1@msn.com'

    Miranda loves George-Texans! She has opened for him a few times thru the years, but this was the first time to sing together on stage. Strait has ALWAYS spoken so highly of Miranda and I think it was so sweet. You can tell that he gets a kick out of her reaction. Their voices actually sound great together…maybe a future project can happen.

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