Miranda Lambert Through the Years: ‘Nashville Star,’ Music, Marriages

first_imgMiranda Lambert has been unstoppable since she hit the music scene in 2003 as a contestant on Nashville Star. Since then, the country superstar has released seven solo albums, three albums with her group, Pistol Annies, and won countless awards for her undeniably catchy tunes.“I haven’t changed from Lindale at all,” she told Refinery29 in October 2019, referencing the Texas town where she was raised. “The only thing that has changed is that now I live in Nashville, I spend time in New York, and I have had a really amazing journey artistically so my career is on this path. Other than that, I’m still this same booze and jeans girl that I was before I left.”- Advertisement – Lambert’s marriage to Shelton ended in 2015, and she had two more high-profile relationships — with Anderson East then Evan Felker — before marrying police officer Brendan McLoughlin in 2019.“I met the love of my life. And we got hitched!” she gushed on Instagram at the time. “My heart is full. Thank you Brendan Mcloughlin for loving me for…. me. #theone.”Scroll down to see photos of Lambert through the years!- Advertisement – Lambert released her first album, Kerosene, in 2005. Six years later, she teamed up with fellow country singer-songwriters Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley to form Pistol Annies. The trio’s debut, Hell on Heels, hit stores on the heels of Lambert’s wedding to Blake Shelton.As her star continued to rise, the hitmaker’s personal life also became a hot topic.“I was a country singer in Nashville, and it was very comfy,” she told NPR in November 2019. “You had the right attention for the right reasons. And then the Hollywood thing came into the picture and it just threw me for a loop.”- Advertisement –center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more

Breaking the mould

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Moldova anthem gaffe mars ATP Cup in Australia

Read Also: Djokovic drums support for ATP Cup, Davis Cup to merge He is joined by Cozbinov, ranked 818, Egor Matvievici and Dmitrii Baskov in a group that also features Britain, Belgium and Bulgaria. The ATP Cup has 24 nations split into six groups across the three cities, with eight teams emerging from the round-robin to compete in a knockout phase in Sydney until one country is left standing. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooTarantino Wants To End His Career With This Movie?The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsHe Didn’t Agree With His Character Becoming Gay And Quit A RoleThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’40 Child Stars Who Look Incredibly Gorgeous As Adults7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value His opponent Darcis said he was not aware of the mistake at the time. “I didn’t know, I was just surprised that they were not so much into it,” he said. “I believe it’s bad.” Moldova, bordered by Romania and Ukraine, was one of the last countries to qualify for the inaugural team event being played in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. They are spearheaded by world number 46 Radu Albot, who broke new ground in 2019 by becoming his country’s first ATP Tour title winner at Delray Beach. Loading… ATP Cup organisers were left red-faced on Friday by playing the wrong national anthem for a player from Moldova, a small landlocked country in eastern Europe. The embarrassing gaffe occurred ahead of the opening singles tie in Sydney of the heavily-promoted new team event as Moldova’s Alexander Cozbinov faced Belgium’s Steve Darcis. The embarrassing gaffe at the heavily-promoted new team event in Sydney came as Moldova’s Alexander Cozbinov (pictured) faced off against Belgium’s Steve Darcis Tournament officials told AFP the Romanian anthem was played instead. “At the start of the Moldova v Belgium match we mistakenly played the wrong national anthem for Moldova,” the ATP admitted. “We are sincerely sorry and have apologised personally to Team Moldova.” Cozbinov, who lost in three tough sets, played down the mishap “I think putting on the wrong anthem for us is not a big deal. But it wasn’t that hard to pick the right anthem,” he told AFP. “Moldova and Romania have the same flag so probably that’s why they made a mistake. Hopefully next time it’s going to be the right one.” read more