Miranda Lambert Drops Shocking News That Her Fans Never Saw Coming
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Get your Spotify accounts ready, folks: Miranda Lambert is dropping new music.
In a new video uploaded to Instagram, the Grammy Award winner announced she and fellow country star Dierks Bentley have been working on new songs together. Miranda also revealed that instead of dropping the new music on streaming platforms, fans can get a sneak preview by watching the final two season 1 episodes of the hit CBS drama Fire Country starting May 12.
"Got some exciting news for y’all!" she wrote on May 5. "We have a few new songs that will be on @FireCountryCBS! 🔥 Tune into the show for the next two weeks on @cbstv to hear em."
Soon after the Y'all Eat Yet? cookbook author posted the news on social media, the social team from Fire Country had to jump on the music bandwagon. They couldn't contain their excitement either, commenting, "Miranda + Dierks + Fire Country? A dream 😍 We’re SO ready 🔥."
What's more, fans were equally ecstatic. "Ooh I got chills just from this clip! Can't wait to hear the full song!" one person wrote on Instagram. "Super excited and can't wait! Let's fire this up 🔥🔥🔥🔥❤️❤️❤️❤️," a different user raved. "Omgggg!!! Freaking out," another follower added.
While Miranda didn't drop any other details of the collaboration, Billboard gave a bit more background on what fans will hear. According to the outlet, Miranda and Dierks' singles "Saved" and "Still Burning" will appear in the penultimate episode on May 12. During the season finale on May 19, viewers will also get to listen to the tune "Something in the Water." Dierks additionally will debut the solo track "Barbed Wire Heart" at the same time.
As for what viewers of Fire Country can expect from the final episodes, CBS gave some insight ahead of time. The May 12 episode (directed by actor Max Thieriot, who stars as lead character Bode Leone) will see the Station 42 and Three Rock crews "called to a backfire started by a private firefighting company to protect a high-end winery but instead threatens to grow out of control."
The Fire Country season finale will follow Bode at his parole hearing as he learns his fate of whether he needs to finish his five-year prison sentence. This storyline also comes amid a major mudslide threatening to destroy their Northern California town of Edgewater.
Looks like we're in for a fiery couple of weeks!
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