Miranda Lambert Names One Singer She’d Love To Work With

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Miranda Lambert appeared as a guest on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen to talk about her new cookbook, Y’all Eat Yet. Lambert said the cookbook was originally just supposed to be a personal Shutterfly book featuring recipes from her, her mom, and her mom’s longtime friends.

But as things fell into place, Lambert realized she needed to share the recipes with the world. That’s how Y’all Eat Yet was born.


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On top of talking about her cookbook, Lambert also answered a series of quick questions from Cohen. He asked her and fellow guest Meghan Trainor to name their favorite past collaborators. Lambert said hers is actually Trainor!

The duo sang “All About That Bass” during the CMA Awards in 2014.

Cohen also asked Lambert and Trainor to name an artist they want to work with in the future. Lambert had a hard time coming up with an answer, because she sees value in collaborating with tons of people.

“Everybody!” she answered. “Everybody brings something different to the table. It’s always fun and, you know, cool to meet somebody new and get some of their creativity and mix it all up.”

But after Trainor gave a concrete answer (she said Lewis Capaldi), Lambert came back with the name of one artist she’d love to sing with..Beyoncé!

I want Beyoncé,” Lambert said.

It wouldn’t be totally out of the question for Beyoncé to work with Lambert. The two of them are both from Texas, giving them a shared connection.

Beyoncé has also crossed over into country music before. She famously performed her song “Daddy Lessons” with the Chicks at the 2016 CMA Awards.

Lambert previously told ABC Audio she has “a few cool collabs” in the works at the moment. Is one of those collabs a duet with Beyoncé?

Watch the video below to hear Lambert talk more about her dream of working with Beyoncé. Who else would you like her to sing with in the future?