The Stunning Transformation Of Miranda Lambert

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 The Stunning Transformation Of Miranda Lambert

“I’m not naturally small,” Lambert shared with Good Housekeeping. “And I’m fine with that, because so many girls come up to me and say, ‘Thank you for being normal-sized — it gives us hope that you don’t have to be a size 2 to be somebody.'”

Not only an inspiration for female body-normalization, Lambert’s passions are entrenched in philanthropy. Having grown up with parents who welcomed battered women and children into their home, Lambert was quick to speak out at her own concert in the wake of Chris Brown’s Grammy win in 2006. Before her own performance of survivor-revenge-anthem “Gunpowder & Lead”, she held a sign reading Take notes, Chris Brown. She told Good Housekeeping, “Where I come from, beating up on a woman is never OK. I like to say what I think, and if it happens to push buttons, sorry.”

And her artistry in her music only confirms her status as a contemporary heroine. She’s honest, she’s real, and she’s “owning her s***,” as The Tennessean reported, about her latest single “Vice.” And everyone is watching. “Refreshing, isn’t it? In the age of modern feminism, after all, it’s very much in vogue not to own any of your you-know-what, no matter how dysfunctional you may be,” The Federalist noted. “Lambert is a talented artist who wrote a fantastic song. She wrote it as a human being, in order to relate to other human beings… and in doing so, she’s placing herself on equal ground with men. Subtle as that may be, it’s a quietly empowering act.”

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