Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Miranda rules!

Peter Kramer/KRAPE, Via Associated Press Miranda Lambert is one of five nominees for the Country Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year award.
Step aside, Taylor Swift: it looks like the Country Music Association has a new sweetheart of the rodeo. Miranda Lambert, who with Dierks Bentley helped to announce the nominations for the C.M.A. Awards Wednesday on “Good Morning America,” landed nine nominations in total, more than any other artist this year.

Ms. Lambert, the former “Nashville Star” finalist, was nominated for female vocalist of the year and album of the year (for “Revolutions”) and picked up two nominations in the single of the year category, for “The House That Built Me” and “White Liar,” both of which were also nominated for music video of the year. Ms. Lambert is also a contender for the C.M.A.’s top prize, entertainer of the year, along with Lady AntebellumBrad PaisleyKeith Urban and the Zac Brown Band. Lady Antebellum picked up five nominations total, including vocal group of the year, single of the year (for “Need You Now”) and album of the year. The awards ceremony will be shown Nov. 10 on ABC.

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