Miranda Lambert made a surprise appearance in Las Vegas on Friday and looked every inch the country star cowgirl.
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The 38-year-old wore blue denim jeans that hugged her curves and a bright orange shirt tied at the waist with white fringe paired with a cowboy hat as she joined George Strait on stage for a duet of his hit Run.
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Walking out to cheers from the crowd, she hugged the singer and joked: "Oh hey y'all! That's the King right there!"
The pair have sung the song together before, teaming up for a performance at the 2019 ACM Award, also in Las Vegas.
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Miranda has had an incredible year and the singer has been home in Nashville for the past few weeks, no doubt taking some time away from social media to enjoy some quality time with her loved ones.
In mid-November she completed her last two solo shows of the year in her hometown, and shared a reflective message after the last performance.
Miranda has had an incredible year
She wrote: "Thanks to everyone who came out to see us this year. See y’all in 22! #homefortheholidays #nashville."
The same week Miranda and Carrie Underwood were both named as artists nominated for two Grammys, capping off an incredible year for the pair.
Both singers are nominated in the best country duo/group performance category; Carrie for her duet with Jason Aldean, and Miranda for her work with Elle King.
Miranda and Carrie were both nominated for two Grammys
Carrie is also up for best roots gospel album for My Savior, and Miranda for best country album for The Marfa Tapes, a collaboration with Jon Randall & Jack Ingram.
"I could not be more happy to celebrate TWO Grammy noms today with some of my closest friends. One for best country album and one so dear to my heart The Marfa Tapes with @jackingram and @jonrandallmusic and with my bad ass gal pal @elleking for our song Drunk," Miranda shared with fans.
"Thank you @recordingacademy. Congrats to all the nominees. And Cheers my friends!"
Chris Stapleton and Mickey Guyton came away with three nods each, both competing in best country solo performance, best country song, and best country album.
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