Miranda Lambert was born on November 10, 1983. As a singer, she first performed with The Texas Pride Band while still in high school. In 2003, she got her first recording contract with Epic Records. This is where she released her first song “Me and Charlie Talking”. It became the lead single to her debut album Kerosene released in 2005. Her debut was met with critical and commercial success.
For her performance of the single “Kersone”, she earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. This was followed by her second album Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, released in 2007. It spawned the hit song “Gunpowder & Lead”. Since then, Lambert has released four more subsequent albums. These are Revolution, Four the Record, Platinum, and the most recent, 2016’s The Weight of These Wings. The album Platinum won her the Grammy Award for Best Country Album.
Has Miranda Lambert had Plastic Surgery?
Miranda Lambert has struggled with her body image before ultimately losing weight in 2013. Her remarkable weight loss revelation, while thrilled her fans, also instigated rumors that she lost weight courtesy of a weight loss surgery. The Grammy-award winning recording artist has since denied the claims that she resorted to plastic surgery to shed pounds and achieve a slimmer figure. According to her, it was all about proper nutrition and regular exercise.
In a letter she posted on her site, the country singer explained that plastic surgery wasn’t the one behind her weight loss. She stated: “I DID NOT have surgery to lose weight. That is ridiculous. I lost my weight the healthy and good old-fashioned way. Watching what I eat and working out with my trainer Bill Crutchfield.” She continued: “As for the assumed number of pounds lost…? I don’t even know! Like I have always said, it’s not about a scale, it’s about how you feel and how your jeans fit. And on November 10th when I turned 30, my skinny jeans were finally baggy! Mission accomplished!”