Miranda Lambert Reveals Amazing Weight Loss at the 47th Annual Country Music Awards

Miranda Lambert Reveals Amazing Weight LossCountry superstar Miranda Lambert arrived at the 47th annual Country Music Association Awards this week looking and feeling great. The 29-year-old country singer arrived at the CMA’s red carpet in Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday looking fit, healthy, and showing the world that traditional exercise and watching what you eat WORKS!

In an interview with E! News, the singer revealed that her weight loss accomplishment was not due to diet gimmicks or MLM schemes. “I have been working a lot!” said the musician, who revealed that her goal all along is to hit her goal before her milestone birthday on Nov. 10th. “I’m going to be 30 in like four days, so I’m like, ‘I need to get ahead of this thing!’ Because they say when you hit 30 it doesn’t get easier,” said the singer, confirming that she implemented her new workout routines and diet regimens in order to “stay ahead of the game.”

Mrs. Lambert, who won Female Vocalist of the Year Wednesday night, said her weight loss journey involved cardio and giving up unhealthy foods. “I fluctuate all the time in my weight—it’s really annoying,” said Lambert, who shared specific diet and workout secrets that helped her obtain her fit figure. “[I’ve been] working out and drinking juice and just running, running around,” she said.

While admitting to giving up junk food and fatty fast food, she did admit that two things on her favorite list, alcohol and Cheetos, stuck around. “I didn’t give up drinking. I refused. Have you met my husband? You have to drink to put up with that…Just kidding” said Lambert, referring to her fellow country star husband, Blake Shelton.

Mrs. Lambert is a testament that hard work and accountability work… And is SO worth it.  Congrats Miranda!


Author: Dr. Michael George

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