Miranda Lambert has had an extraordinary career, including selling more than six million albums and scoring 18 Top 40 hits since her debut record, 'Kerosene,' was released in 2005. Now, her accomplishments will be on display for all to see, thanks to a new exhibit, 'Miranda Lambert: Backstage Access,' that will open in Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

"“The Country Music Hall of Fame is a place to cherish what country music is all about, and I’m so honored to have an exhibit in this treasured hall,” the songstress says.

The Country Music Hall of Fame is equally honored to recognize Lambert's outstanding career. “Miranda Lambert is one of contemporary music’s most popular and acclaimed artists, and for good reason,” Museum Director Kyle Young states.

“She’s a dynamic performer; an emotive and powerful vocalist whose voice is equally at home with lyrics tough or tender; and a songwriter with a deft touch for feeling and place,” he continues. “Her numerous hits, from empowering anthems like ‘Gunpowder and Lead’ to introspective set pieces like ‘The House That Built Me,’ are rich contributions to country music’s storytelling tradition. We are looking forward to taking our visitors behind the scenes with Miranda during her amazing successes in 2013.”

The exhibit, which opens on May 16 and will run through Nov. 9, will include gowns, stage costumes and awards, as well as personal reflections from the star.

Lambert is part of a long list of female superstars, including Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood, who have had recent exhibits in the acclaimed museum.

The Texas native is working on her new album, 'Platinum.' She is nominated for seven ACM Awards, including the night's highest honor, Entertainer of the Year.