Miranda Lambert talks Grammy win: 'This feels really good'

Miranda Lambert talks Grammy win: 'This feels really good'

Miranda Lambert couldn’t have been more thrilled to win a Grammy Sunday evening — but she really can’t wait to celebrate with her fans.

The 37-year-old country music superstar’s “Wildcard” record won best country album.

“I haven’t got to celebrate with the fans,” Lambert told reporters in a virtual press room after her win. “I’m excited to do that.”

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Lambert said she had previously wondered, “Does this mean anything anymore?”

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Miranda Lambert's 'Wildcard' record won best country album. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

Miranda Lambert’s ‘Wildcard’ record won best country album. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

However, she noted that “the celebration will be more when we get back together.”

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Following her win, Lambert took the stage to perform “Bluebird.” She changed her silver-and-black sequin number for a blue mini dress. 

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Lambert is also up for two other nominations — best country song and best country solo performance.

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The star’s husband, Brendan McLoughlin, was in attendance to show his sweet support for the singer.