Exclusive: Lainey Wilson Reveals what Miranda Lambert is really like as She discusses 'Competitive' Relationships!!
2024/02/06

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The country music singer, who recently revealed some unexpected plans for her future, has enjoyed an incredibly successful 12 months, and thankfully has found a supportive network to lean on when she feels like she is having a "mental breakdown". 

One of those people in Lainey's corner is Miranda Lambert, with the 'Heart Like a Truck' singer opening up to  HELLO! about their relationship and revealing what Miranda is really like. 

"Miranda is one of my dear friends and a mentor," Lainey told us.  "If I'm having a mental breakdown, or whatever it is, Miranda is one of the first people to call or text.

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"If I'm like, 'What do you do in a situation like this?', or, 'Man, I just want to cry'… it's nice to have those kinds of people in your corner," she added. 

"Because at the end of the day, this is a very unique position to be in. And there are only a few people who can really understand the good feelings and the bad feelings.

"So, I'm lucky to have those women in my life that I can go to and people who I've looked up to for years, now they're just some of my peers, it's wild." 

Lainey also discussed the assumption that the country music community is a friendly, tight-night group, revealing that sometimes the competitiveness of the industry can bring out some "rotten eggs".

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"Some of them are really good actors," she told us.  "I mean you can still tell there's a competitive spirit. 

"But for the most part, when people know that you have paid your dues, and they know you have been working your fingers to the bone for years, it's kind of like they got no reason to not cheer you on." 

"But for the most part, when people know that you have paid your dues, and they know you have been working your fingers to the bone for years, it's kind of like they got no reason to not cheer you on." 

She explained: "I will say, there's a lot of folks who just move to town and get deals and pass you up left and right, but I feel like the ones they genuinely cheer for are the ones that started at the very, very bottom. 

"Everybody's story is different and unique in their own way. But for the most part, it is a big old family. But no matter what, like even in your own families, you're gonna have at least one or two rotten eggs." 

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