Not only did Miranda Lambert just celebrate her 36th birthday, she also recently celebrated the release of her brand new album Wildcard.
What better way to celebrate both plus the CMA Awards than to perform her first single off the album, “It All Comes Out In The Wash.”
Lambert wrote the song with Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna, and Liz Rose, who call themselves the “Love Junkies” when they write together. Of the song, Lambert says, “I think that it’s got some sarcasm to it, but it’s very honest. I haven’t had a single out in a long time, and I’m just ready to have new music. I’m in a new phase of my life and ready to have new music out there that represents that. This one just felt perfect as far as the vibe of it. It’s fun and lighthearted and I’m really excited about it.”
Lambert performed early in the show, after the second award was given out! Dressed in a black and red ensemble, she stood in front of a car wash with bubbles floating around her. She had the audience on their feet with her fun-loving lyrics and beat!
Watch her performance below.