“Miranda Lambert Welcomes Reba McEntire as Surprise Guest to Conclude Stagecoach Headlining Performance: ‘An Unforgettable Moment’”

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

During their performance, Miranda Lambert and Reba McEntire delighted the audience with duets of McEntire’s “Fancy” and Lambert’s own hits “Mama’s Broken Heart” and “Gunpowder & Lead.”


At Stagecoach, Miranda Lambert and Reba McEntire joined forces for a fiery performance that electrified the audience. Lambert, 40, surprised fans during her headlining set on Saturday, April 27, by welcoming the legendary country icon McEntire, 69, to the stage.

McEntire appeared in a striking outfit, and together they delivered powerful renditions of McEntire’s “Fancy” and Lambert’s hits “Mama’s Broken Heart” and “Gunpowder & Lead.” With fireworks lighting up the sky and flames adding to the spectacle, the crowd went wild witnessing these two country queens share the spotlight.


After their captivating final performance, Miranda Lambert and Reba McEntire walked hand-in-hand, soaking in the crowd’s enthusiastic response before heading backstage.

During Lambert’s set before McEntire’s appearance, she treated the audience to hits like “Bluebird,” “Tin Man,” “White Liar,” and more. Additionally, Lambert premiered her new song “Wranglers,” with the studio version scheduled for release on May 3.

The day after their memorable collaboration, Lambert expressed her gratitude for McEntire’s participation in a message shared on X (formerly Twitter): “@Reba at @stagecoach y’all. 🤯🤩Thank you to my hero and friend for coming out here as my special guest. I’ll never forget it. She brought all the fire 🔥.” This heartfelt acknowledgment reflects Lambert’s appreciation for sharing the stage with her mentor and fellow country music icon.


Miranda Lambert was one of three headliners at the festival weekend, joining Eric Church and Morgan Wallen for the Stagecoach event.

Earlier this month, Lambert concluded her final Las Vegas residency show, titled “Velvet Rodeo.”

During the performance, Lambert expressed her gratitude to the audience, saying, “Thank you so much for coming out to the last Velvet Rodeo. We’ll be back Vegas. Don’t you worry about it.”

Her residency, held at the Bakkt Theater, spanned a year and a half and featured songs from throughout her career, including classics like “Kerosene” (2005) and “Gunpowder & Lead” (2007), intertwined with newer hits like “Drunk” from her 2023 album. This retrospective show showcased Lambert’s evolution as an artist and celebrated her enduring catalog of music.

Reba McEntire is currently serving as a coach on “The Voice” and was recently announced as the host for the 2024 ACM Awards.

In a statement, McEntire expressed her excitement: “I am tickled to pieces to get to host the ACM Awards for the 17th time! What an honor to have been part of the past, present and now the future of the Academy of Country Music with Amazon Prime Video. I can’t wait to get to Texas and see everybody on May 16th!” This announcement highlights McEntire’s longstanding involvement and influence within the country music community, reflecting her continued dedication to the genre and its recognition on major platforms like the ACM Awards.