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Miranda Lambert hopes Carrie Underwood will join ‘dark side’ in new video

Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood team up for rare female country artists duet
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Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood have teamed up for a song on Miranda Lambert’s upcoming album. Country Weekly reported on March 11 that country music’s two leading ladies collaborated for a song called “Something Bad.”

Even though Miranda Lambert is a four-time ACM Awards and CMA Awards Female Vocalist of the Year, she admitted to being intimidated by Carrie Underwood when it came time to ask her to collaborate. Now that the project is done, however, the only clue Miranda Lambert is giving is that it will be an “in your face” type song.

Miranda Lambert’s fifth album, “Platinum” is set to hit stores on June 3. It’s unknown at this time whether the duet with Carrie Underwood will be released as a single prior to the album’s debut. Regardless, Miranda Lambert is already looking ahead to the video for “Something Bad.” In a video posted by Country Weekly, Miranda Lambert said of Carrie Underwood, “I’m hoping she’ll come to the dark side and blow something up or set something on fire in the video or whatever.”

Miranda Lambert is very excited about joining forces with powerhouse Carrie Underwood. She remarked that when the two are together, “If you’re sitting on the front row, you might want to scoot back.”

Miranda Lambert is currently celebrating another top 20 song with her new album’s lead single “Automatic.” She is scheduled to perform the song live at the ACM Awards on April 6, where she is also nominated for Entertainer of the Year.

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