The 'Mama's Broken Heart' singer reports the incident in an Instagram post, saying that a plane she boarded had to make an emergency landing in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
A plane carrying Miranda Lambert had to make an emergency landing in West Virginia sometime on Tuesday, June 3. Lambert shared the news via an Instagram post. "Our plane had an emergency landing in Clarksburg, WV. But don't worry, we found platinum fire suits. Yes!" she wrote. The cause of the emergency stop is not immediately available.
On Tuesday morning, the country superstar took the stage on ABC's "Good Morning America" in Times Square. The singer, whose latest album "Platinum" is out on June 3, explained why she recently gave Carrie Underwood a motorcycle.
"She was wanting a motorcycle and I wanted to get her something for all the work she's put in, singing on the record, doing the performances," Lambert said, referring to their collaboration "Something Bad". She explained, "I was like, 'OK, you've got to learn how to drive this thing. Don't blame it on me!' She's been practicing, so I can't wait. She's gonna look hot on that thing."
In other news, Lambert is featured on the cover of Rolling Stone's latest issue in which she talks about being a fan of Beyonce Knowles and addresses reports about her and husband Blake Shelton in media. Speaking of the "Halo" singer, Lambert gushes, "She's a girl from Houston, and she worked her butt off to get where she is. She's not just being carted around on her chariot; she's driving it."
The 30-year-old star then discusses how her relationship with Shelton becomes news in media. "One day we were country singers, and the next we're on the front of the tabloids. I'm, like, really magical. I've been pregnant for two and a half years," she says.