Miranda Lambert is looking hotter -- and sounding better -- than ever!
The country cutie brings a lot of sass in this live version of "Little Red Wagon," a hit song off of her new album, "Platinum."
toofab has an exclusive look at her rockin' performance -- check it out above!
Mrs. Blake Shelton says this single is among the most adventurous songs she's ever recorded.
"There's this girl named Audra Mae, and I kind of stalked her when I heard that song," Lambert explains in an interview with Billboard. "I was like, "I've got to talk to this girl, her record is amazing.' So we got to be friends, and we wrote a couple of times in L.A. She's from Oklahoma City and she lives in L.A., she's exactly my age, and we just started hanging out. Finally, one day I mustered up the courage and said, 'do you care if I cut Little Red Wagon, if I have the balls to do it, of course, because your version is so good?'"
"She said, 'sure, go ahead.' That's her singing on it, too. It's such a cool song," she continues. "I love attitude songs, but they can get old if you don't do 'em right. I don't want to keep doing the same type of attitude song, I've got to change them up. I can't wait to do this one live. It was so fun to cut and such a fun thing to do in the studio. It felt like me."
Gotta love Miranda's attitude!
The 30-year-old singer, who kicked off her "Platinum" tour on August 8, flaunts her fit figure in her album art, posing in everything from bustiers and bandannas to blinged-out cowboy boots and sexy cutoffs.
In one pic, the blonde bombshell is standing in front of a red muscle car, sporting a vintage rocker T-Shirt and distressed denim shorts. Her signature blonde locks are styled with tousled curls, and she's playing up her eyes with smokey makeup.
In another photo, the sexy songstress embodies a retro-glam vibe, donning a red tube top, denim shorts, silver sequined boots and a red bandanna.
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