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Miranda Lambert Crashes Little Big Town Concert For Fiery 'Goodbye Earl'

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Country star Miranda Lambert brought down the house when her surprise guest appearance at Little Big Town's concert quickly turned into an epic collaboration between the artists. 

Performing at the Ryman Auditorium, the country group gave fans a run for their money with their exceptional talents and phenomenal stage presence. However, the audience found themselves brimming with excitement when star Miranda Lambert made her surprise entrance.

Sporting a tight, black dress and gold boots, the blonde bombshell was a stunning vision of beauty as she joined her fellow country singers for a fiery performance of the killer tune "Goodbye Earl." 

"Mary Anne and Wanda were the best of friends/ All through their high school days/ Both members of the 4H club, both active in the FFA/ After graduation/ Mary Anne went out lookin' for a bright new world/ Wanda looked all around this town and all she found was Earl," Lambert sang alongside the members of LBT, lending their voices to carry the deadly song to unforgettable measures.

While "Goodbye Earl" was initially recorded by the band Sons of the Desert in the late 1990s, it was the Dixie Chicks that brought the tune to country fame with their fifth studio album, Fly

Be sure to listen to this incredible collaboration below!  

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