It would appear that Miranda Lambert is unbeatable in the ACM Awards' Female Vocalist of the Year category. The country superstar took home her seventh consecutive trophy in the category tonight.

Taking the stage for the first time at the ACM Awards, Lambert shouted out her fellow female artists who have undoubtedly been the highlight of this year's awards.

“I love seeing a bunch of new country girls up here shining, singing a bunch of songs they wrote themselves,” said Lambert in her acceptance speech. “I’m glad to be here as one of them.”

Later, Lambert took to the stage to perform “Tush” with Keith Urban and ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons, looking every bit the part of a woman on top of the world.

At last year’s ACM Awards, Lambert accepted a Guinness World Record for her six (now seven) consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year wins. Perhaps she’ll have to ask the folks at Guinness for a new plaque if that winning streak continues?

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