The most-awarded artist in ACM Awards history, Miranda Lambert took the stage during Sunday night's (April 7) 2019 ceremony to celebrate her decade of ACMs dominance with a hits medley. “Kerosene,” “Gunpowder and Lead” and “Mama’s Broken Heart" were all there, as were “White Liar” and “Little Red Wagon"--complete with that gasp-worthy line about getting the hell out of Oklahoma that's become a live set staple.

These songs date back to 2010, when Lambert unseated Carrie Underwood as the annual shoo-in for Female Artist of the Year.

"I am a female artist in this genre that has fought my way, and this medley is a reminder of the last 14 years of music. It’s 14 years of milestones and songs that pushed me to a new level in business," Lambert told the Tennessean ahead of her ACMs performance. "People have to remember a hit isn’t a position on a chart, it’s what people sing along to.”

During the 2019 ACM Awards, Lambert may put her record of nine Female Artist of the Year awards further out of reach by taking the trophy home for a 10th straight year. Going into this year's show, the country superstar had 32 ACM trophies to her name -- the most of any artist by three.

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