Miranda Lambert joined by ladies of LakeShake for amazing performance

In what will surely go down as one of the coolest moments at a music festival this year, Miranda Lambert was joined on stage by the ladies of LakeShake’s Friday night lineup to perform the final song of Miranda’s set.

Maren Morris, Lauren Alaina, Cassadee Pope, Ashley Monroe, Angaleena Presley and Lindsay Ell, who had all performed Friday night at the 2019 Country LakeShake Festival, joined Miranda onstage to perform U2’s I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For, and the end result was amazing.

After the performance, Miranda posted the above Instagram that praised the lady heavy lineup.

Friday at @lakeshakefest with an all girl lineup. Thanks Chicago! We had a blast! #girlsrule  #yourewelcomecountryradio? ?: @catherinepowell

Cassadee pope was also in awe of the moment, writing on Twitter:

“I reminded myself in this moment to soak it up because of how beautiful it was. Just 7 women with 7 stories to tell. Thank you @LakeShakeFest & @boccountry for yesterday, and @mirandalambert for sharing the last song of your set with all of us,” she writes.

Lauren Alaina thanked Miranda but then joked about Cassadee Pope spilling a drink down her back.

Ashley Monroe shared the same pictures Miranda shared and captioned them on Twitter: “A wall of women I’m proud to be amongst.” 

Lindsay Ell shared this photo of the group (yep, there’s Cassadee’s infamous drink).

But Maren Morris probably said it best when she tweeted simply: LakeShake = LAKE SHOOK. ??

Check out the video below. Enjoy.

{Hat tip to Taste of Country}

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