So how did Miranda Lambert meet her new beau?

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Let’s be real for a second. We are all waiting on pins and needles for the new Miranda Lambert album. Whether it’s because you just want to hear new music from the country queen or to see if there’s a jaded anthem on it. But according to PEOPLE we might actually get a little insight on how she met her totally adorable boyfriend, Anderson East through that new music.

She’s happy and doing really, really well,” a source tells the magazine. “She’s busy recording and looking forward to the new year.”

We are aware she wrote and recorded a new song called “Sweet By and By” for the Southern Family project.  And that Anderson contributes “Learning.” The album, which also features Zac Brown and Chris Stapleton, will be out March 18.  Not too much longer to wait!

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  1. rhondathacker77@yahoo.com'

    Not True.. they were seeing each other before the album. She was spotted at several of his concerts.

  2. highland6@msn.com'

    They also have friends in common Chris Stapleton, Holly Williams, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbel, etc. They were at a few concerts to watch friends and started hanging out. People ‘Sources” aren’t always correct they make assumptions.

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