Carrie Underwood recently took a delightful break from her own Las Vegas residency at Resorts World Theatre to immerse herself in the musical magic of her longtime friend and fellow country star, Miranda Lambert’s Velvet Rodeo residency at Bakkt Theater, formerly known as Zappos Theater.
This heartwarming rendezvous occurred on a memorable Sunday night, December 3rd, to be exact.
The night’s events were meticulously documented on Underwood’s Instagram Story, offering fans a glimpse into this enchanting evening. It all began with a captivating photo of Lambert’s stage, where Underwood playfully declared, “Mama went out tonight!!!”
Carrie Underwood Graces the Spotlight at Miranda Lambert’s Electrifying Las Vegas Residency!
But that was just the beginning of the country girl reunion. The next snap showcased a heartwarming moment backstage, featuring the two talented artists, and Underwood’s caption perfectly summed it up: “Just a couple of country girls hanging out in Vegas.”
As the night unfolded, Underwood generously shared a series of captivating videos from the show, including a mesmerizing clip of Lambert performing her hit song “Fastest Girl in Town.” The excitement was palpable in the digital realm as fans followed along.
Underwood didn’t miss the opportunity to express her gratitude to Lambert, writing, “Thanks for having us tonight @mirandalambert! Such a great show!” The appreciation was mutual, and it was clear that this night was filled with camaraderie and musical admiration.
One emotional highlight of the evening was Lambert’s rendition of “The House That Built Me,” a touching moment that left Underwood (and likely many others) feeling moved. She aptly captioned the video, “I’m not crying, you’re crying…”
Closing her Instagram Story recap with flair, Underwood shared a captivating photo of Lambert mid-performance and declared, “THE @mirandalambert, people!” It was a fitting tribute to an artist who has left an indelible mark on the country music scene.
Miranda Lambert Unveils the Grand Finale of Her Sensational Velvet Rodeo Las Vegas Residency!
Speaking of Lambert’s Velvet Rodeo residency, the show continues to captivate audiences at Bakkt Theater within the enchanting confines of Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Lambert, always the gracious host, recently announced the final dates of this memorable residency, set to take place in March and April.
Mark your calendars for March 20, 22, 23, 27, 29, and 30, as well as April 3, 5, and 6, because you won’t want to miss this country extravaganza.
In Lambert’s own words, “As someone who’s lived on a bus and toured from city-to-city for more than half my life, having a Vegas residency has been such a fun change of pace creatively. The band and I are excited to keep this party going!” And what a party it has been.
A Timeless Bond of Friendship and Mutual Admiration
Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert’s friendship has stood the test of time, and their mutual respect for each other shines through in every interaction. They’ve even joined forces musically, delivering the unforgettable song “Somethin’ Bad” on Lambert’s 2014 album, Platinum.
This friendship and professional admiration were on full display when Underwood showered Lambert with praise on her SiriusXM channel, Carrie’s Country, before playing “Somethin’ Bad.”
“I have so much respect for [Miranda] and the things that she’s accomplished, the songs she writes, the songs she chooses. We’re sisters in this together, man,” Underwood shared. “I hope she knows I’m always in her corner; I think she is always in mine. I’m proud to see us still kickin’ it after all these years.”
Their Heartwarming Social Media Gestures Continuously Echo Their Unwavering Support for Each Other!
And the support doesn’t end there. Underwood recently expressed her admiration for Lambert’s culinary venture by posting on social media about Lambert’s first-ever book, Y’ALL EAT YET? Welcome to the Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen.
She received the gift with enthusiasm, writing, “Look what I just got! My tummy is excited!” The camaraderie between these two artists is truly heartwarming.
In 2019, Lambert returned the favor by praising Underwood on social media when Underwood was nominated for Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards. In a touching Instagram post, Lambert gushed over her friend and fellow performer.
“Carrie – The Entertainer Of The Year. Because… Currently being on tour with all female artists, I’ve been thinking a lot about all the work that goes into what we do,” Lambert captioned a pair of photos of herself and Underwood performing. “The most amazing job in the world. But it ain’t for the faint of heart.”
Lambert went on to highlight Underwood’s significant impact on the country music scene since releasing her first single in 2005, noting how she has “classin’ up our stages, charts, and televisions for a decade and a half.” She praised Underwood’s iconic voice, her unwavering authenticity, and her ability to stay true to herself.
In a final heartfelt message, Lambert declared, “I have her back in this picture, and I’ll always have her back. So for the sake of sequins, spanx, and spray tans, take it home! You Carrie the torch!” The bond between these two remarkable artists is a testament to the enduring power of friendship and mutual admiration in the world of country music.