Miranda Lambert has fans talking on Monday when she shared a picture of herself with Elle King and rap star P Diddy.
Exclusive: Miranda Lambert's stylist shares the singer's wardrobe secrets
"Livin that honky tonk dream," she captioned the picture which was taken at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday and saw Miranda and Elle posing with Diddy, who had his arms wrapped around the pair.
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"A country, rap, and rock star walk into a bar," commented one fan, adding: "Love this picture."
"I’d be down for a Diddy, Miranda, Elle collaboration," shared another.
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Miranda and Elle were both still rocking their stage looks after the country music singer took to the stage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas with Elle to sing a rendition of their hit song Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home).
Miranda rocked the navy one-piece embossed with star motifs in varying sizes and a floral embroidered accent across her waist.In true Miranda style, her outfit featured dramatic blue fringing along the arms that fell to below her knees.
Miranda shared the snap taken with Diddy and Elle
She accessorized with layered necklaces and wore her blonde hair down in loose waves. Elle wore the same pattern as pants and a jacket, paired with a bold green bustier.
Miranda's long-time friend and trusted stylist Tiffany Gifford spoke exclusively to HELLO! US in March about Miranda's fabulous wardrobe and revealed that fans would be seeing a change to her tour ensembles.
Miranda has added several jumpsuits into her tour wardrobe
"She'll never get rid of the custom bodysuits and fringe - it's part of her uniform," Tiffany told us.
"But we plan to introduce some new silhouettes for her upcoming tour dates."
While Miranda's new tour outfits are being kept tightly under wraps, she has teased fans with what they can expect, as Tiffany added: "We plan to introduce some jumpsuits akin to the blue one she wore at [the] CMAs."
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