Miranda Lambert Nabs Best Country Album at 2015 Grammy Awards
When the songstress heard her name called for the biggest country award of the evening, she was congratulated with a big hug from husband Blake Shelton and took a deep breath before making her way to the stage.
"Oh my God, thank you so much," Lambert began. "I love every album in this category, and I'm so thankful for this. I poured my heart and soul into this record."
She went on to thank her producers and the musicians and writers for the record, as well as the "people that make it happen, get it to the fans."
Lambert concluded her heartfelt speech saying, "Thank you so much for this amazing night. I love you all. Thank you."
'Platinum' was an all-genre No. 1 for the singer, giving her a first-ever spot in that category. The 16-track album is her fifth studio record, featuring the chart topper 'Automatic;' a rockin' duet with Carrie Underwood, 'Somethin' Bad;' and 'Little Red Wagon,' which she fiercely performed earlier during the Grammys.
There were a plethora of fan-favorite country stars in the mix for Best Country Album, including Dierks Bentley's ‘Riser,’ Eric Church's ‘The Outsiders,' Brandy Clark's ’12 Stories' and Lee Ann Womack's ‘The Way I’m Livin.'
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