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Miranda Lambert’s husband, Brendan, had a fall on the Tennessee ice during this 30-degree cold snap while going down some stairs at the couple’s property.  Miranda shared the Ring video that captures it all on her Insta stories

Lambert captioned the video clip, “Our Ring camera just captured this little gem. @brendanmcloughlin busted it on the stairs. I edited it to spare you all the profanity at the end. Also, he is fine! (laughing emojis). The whistle, tho.”  

Brendan also shared the video clip on his Instagram, writing, “I feel like I need to post this to give everyone a good laugh (laughing emoji).” 

Many fans reacted to his post, including one who said, “Yowch! Glad you are ok!” Another fan commented, “Nice recovery! (applause emojis).” One more fan wrote, “Should have put salt down instead u fell down (laughing emojis) oops glad u didn’t get hurt.”  

The couple recently celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary in Mexico, and Miranda posted some photos of the couple on her Instagram.

Lambert wrote, “Celebrating 4 years married today with my main squeeze @brendanjmcloughlin . Happy anniversary babe! You are the best. (Y’all are welcome for the last two pics).”

The post was liked almost 300,000 times. One fan commented, “Happy anniversary to such a beautiful couple.” Another fan observed, “Happy Anniversary. You both look so incredibly happy!” One more fan said, Happy “Anniversary, and too many more.”

Brendan also posted images from the couple vacationing in Mexico. He wrote, “4 years down and a lifetime to go. Happy anniversary @mirandalambert.”

Dan and Shay’s Shay Mooney reacted to Brendan’s post, “Happy anniversary! Yaooolllll cuties.”

The couple married in January 2019 at a farm outside Nashville. They later shared news of their nuptials with the world that Valentine’s Day. The pair first met outside Good Morning America three months earlier, where Lambert was promoting new music with her group Pistol Annies, and McLoughlin was doing security for the show.

TOP 5 2023 Country GRAMMY Predictions

  • 5 - Best Country Solo Prediction - Miranda Lambert, "In His Arms"

    MIranda Lambert

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    This is a tough category this year, but our money is on GRAMMY Favorite, Miranda Lambert, to win for her performance of “In His Arms.” Other nominees in the category are Kelsea Ballerini for “Heartfirst,” Maren Morris for “Circles Around This Town,” Willie Nelson for “Live Forever,” and Zach Bryan for “Something in the Orange.”

  • 4 – Best Country Duo/ Group Prediction - Reba McEntire & Dolly Parton, "Does He Love You."

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    We predict a win for multiple GRAMMY winners and country icons Reba McEntire & Dolly Parton for “Does He Love You.” The song and performance by Reba and Linda Davis won a GRAMMY in 1994. The song is also the very first time Reba and Dolly collaborated on a song, and hearing their voices blend together is nothing short of glorious. Other nominees in this category are Brothers Osborne for “Midnight Rider’s Prayer,” Carly Pearce & Ashley McBryde for “Never Wanted to Be That Girl,” Ingrid Andress & Sam Hunt for “Wishful Drinking,” Luke Combs & Miranda Lambert for “Outrunnin’ Your Memory,” and Robert Plant & Alison Krauss for “Going Where the Lonely Go.”

  • 3 – Best Country Song prediction - Taylor Swift's "I Bet You Think Of Me."



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    With six nominees in this category, we predict GRAMMY favorite Taylor Swift’s “I Bet You Think Of Me.” Other nominees in the category are “Circles Around This Town,” Maren Morris (co-writer), “Doin’ This,” Luke Combs (co-writer), “If I Was A Cowboy,” Miranda Lambert (co-writer), “I’ll Love You Till The Day I Die,” Chris Stapleton (co-writer) sung by Willie Nelson, and “Til You Can’t,” sung by Cody Johnson.

  • 2 - Best Country Album Prediction - Luke Combs' "Growin' Up"

    Luke Combs

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    We predict Luke Combs’ “Growin’ Up” giving him his first GRAMMY. This one could go to anyone, though. Other nominees are Ashley McBryde for “Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville,” Maren Morris for “Humble Quest,” Miranda Lambert for “Palomino,” and Willie Nelson for “A Beautiful Time.”

  • 1 – Overall Country Grammy Winner - Miranda Lambert

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    We predict a big night for Miranda Lambert, who was nominated in all four country categories this year.