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When Miranda Lambert performed on ABC’s Good Morning America Friday, she had a few announcements to make.
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First of all, she’s coming out with a new album called Four The Record, which the deep country star says has “a lot of meanings.” To add more meaning to the album’s release (or maybe to make it easier for us to remember), the album releases on “11-1-11,” which GMA’s Lara Spencer very astutely points out, “I like how that’s all ones.” That’s why she makes the big bucks.
The new album wasn’t all that Lambert dropped on fans. When Spencer asked if there’s a duet with new husband, The Voice’s Blake Shelton, in the works, she said, “We want to actually. Hopefully, on my next record, we’re going to.”
And still there was more. Lambert also announced that she’s releasing a second new album with her new girl group, Pistol Annies. Our cup runneth over.
Watch the GMA interview below.
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