Miranda Lambert has decided to skip the Grammys

I’m not going to bother with this. Just days after she was unable to join the Association of American Music Awards, Miranda Lambert had confirmed that she’ll never visit the Grammy Awards in the year 2022.

In an interview with ABC Audio on Friday, 1st April , the Little Red Wagon singer said, “I’m not going to do it again.” “This month is going to be jam-packed with the release of the record and just about everything else.”

A total of two awards have been nominated for Lambert. Her album “The Marfa Tapes,” which features Jon Randall and Jack Ingram, as well as Elle King, has been up for Best American Duo/Group Work and “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)” for Best American Duo/Group Work.

Rather than going to the award show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Vegas, Lambert is prepping for her The Bandwagon Concert, which she will co-headline line Up Small Big Town. Palomino, her latest album, will be released on 29th April.

It was an honour for her, she told ABC Audio, since she had performed at the Grammys the year before. “I’m grateful for what I have.”

The singer of “If I Was a Cowboy” missed the ACM Awards last month as well. For her maiden Academy of Country Music Awards, she accepted the Entertainer of the Year award on her behalf by video message, saying that she had a prior commitment in another country. Lambert said she’d been to each ACM Awards show in the past seventeen years and that this was her first time. Even yet, she was unable to attend the March 7 concert at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas since she was attending C2C Festival in Europe.

Upon receiving the Entertainer of the Year award, she said, “I’ve waited a long time for this.” Something that I never thought would happen has come true. To all the females out there, this is for you! “We did it!” said everyone.

Several other celebs, including Lambert, are present at the Grammys. Ceremony attendees Lady Gaga, Billie Eilish and Chris Stapleton are among the nominees who will take the stage on Sunday.

Even those who like the musicals will not be disappointed. Cynthia Erivo  , Leslie Odom Jr., Ben Platt, and Rachel Zegler will present a honor to Stephen Sondheim.