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Country artists are constantly collaborating with one another, but every now in then, you get one collaboration that stands out above the rest. Such was the case when two major female country stars joined forces for a powerful duet in 2014.
Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood are undoubtably the two most popular female artists in country music right now. So when the two of them graced the stage at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards with a new duet, fans went wild.
The duet, called “Somethin’ Bad” was released the day after Lambert and Underwood’s Billboard performance. In no time at all, the song soared to claim the top spot on the Billboard country chart, and also broke into the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100. Needless to say, Lambert and Underwood’s duet was a major hit.
Since fans couldn’t get enough of “Somethin’ Bad”, many have been curious to know if Lambert and Underwood are planning any other duets in the future. During an interview with the Daily News, Lambert finally answered the question that’s been on fans’ minds for the past two years.
When asked if she has any plans to collaborate with Underwood again, Lambert said that while nothing is set in stone as of yet, she’s definitely open to it:
“I do love performing with Carrie. She makes you step it up, and we had fun with ‘Somethin’ Bad.’ There are no plans to collaborate with Carrie at the moment, but that doesn’t mean that we won’t come up with something one day.”
So although Lambert and Underwood may not have a duet in the books any time soon, at least they haven’t ruled it out. Since their first duet was so successful, we have no doubts that a second duet would be as well.
While you wait for the day that Lambert and Underwood join forces once again, tune in below to watch the music video to their first masterpiece together, “Somethin’ Bad”.
What do you think of what Lambert had to say? Are you anxious for her to collaborate with Underwood on another song?
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