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Miranda Lambert, ‘Mama’s Broken Heart’ Video Premiere

Miranda Lambert sharpens her acting skills in the brand-new “Mama’s Broken Heart” video, making its debut today (March 4). In the colorful clip, the country superstar plays both prim-and-proper lady and rebellious sexpot, in what looks a 1960’s-era, wealthy home. While the perfectly coiffed Miranda takes her frustrations out on a plate of food, her less-refined alter-ego has a bit of a harder time hiding her crazy. Watch the clever clip below, in which Miranda’s only co-star is herself, along with some fantastic wardrobe choices.

“The reason I love this song is because it’s about how sometimes when you get your heart broken, you kinda go a little bit crazy,” Miranda says of the tune, which was penned by fellow Texan Kacey Musgraves with Shane McAnally and Brandy Clark. “You drink too much, you smoke too much, you cut your hair … you find a rebound. Sometimes your mama, if she’s like my mama, has to slap you around and say, ‘Straighten up, girl!'”

“Mama’s Broken Heart” is the fourth single released from the singer’s critically-acclaimed Four the Record album.

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