Miranda Lambert Brings Out Surprise Guest Reba McEntire to Close Out Stagecoach Headlining Set: 'I'll Never Forget It'

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The pair delivered duets of McEntire's "Fancy" and Lambert's "Mama's Broken Heart" and "Gunpowder & Lead"

<p>Amy Sussman/Getty </p> Miranda Lambert and Reba McEntire

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Miranda Lambert and Reba McEntire

Stagecoach turned into hell on heels when Miranda Lambert and Reba McEntire came together for flaming performances of three of their songs.

Lambert, 40, surprised fans at Stagecoach on Saturday, April 27, by bringing out the country icon during her headlining set.

McEntire, 69, came out in a fiery outfit and together they belted McEntire’s “Fancy” and Lambert’s “Mama's Broken Heart” and “Gunpowder & Lead.” With fireworks flying and flames bursting into the air, the crowd went wild watching two country queens share the stage.

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After their final song, Lambert and McEntire walked hand-in-hand and took in the crowd's roar before walking backstage.

Before McEntire came on, Lambert played hits like “Bluebird,” “Tin Man,” “White Liar” and more. She also debuted her new song “Wranglers.” The studio version is set to drop on May 3.

A day after the performance, she expressed her gratitude for McEntire’s appearance 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 🔥.”

Lambert is one of three headliners throughout the festival weekend, alongside Eric Church and Morgan Wallen.

Lambert performed her final Las Vegas residency show earlier this month.

“Thank you so much for coming out to the last Velvet Rodeo,” she said onstage, referencing the name of her show, before adding, “We’ll be back Vegas. Don’t you worry about it.”

The residency ran for a year and a half at Bakkt Theater, where she performed songs that spanned her entire career, weaving in classics like 2005’s “Kerosene” and 2007’s “Gunpowder & Lead,” which she meshed with 2023’s “Drunk.” 

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Meanwhile, McEntire is currently serving as a coach on The Voice, and she was recently announced as the host for 2024 ACM Awards.

“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,” said McEntire in a statement. “I can’t wait to get to Texas and see everybody May 16th!”

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