Is Miranda Lambert Ditching Her Roots? She Wants To Be A Good Girl Now!

Sat, March 13, 2010 9:35am EST by 3 Comments
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Miranda wishes she “had an alter ego!” Her “crazy ex-girlfriend” image just isn’t working anymore!

Country singer Miranda Lambert, 26, has some new ammo — she wants to revolutionize her own image! Miranda, who’s best known for singing songs like “Gunpowder and Lead,” “Kerosene,” and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” hopes to change up her tone for her new Revolution tour that starts March 18 in Beckley, W.V. But we think we’re going to miss the old Miranda. Will YOU?

“I kind of wish I had an alter ego so that I would not have to be in character if I don’t want to,” she tells “I like pink guitars and puppies, so how scary can I be?”

We never expected Miranda to be hiding a soft side beneath her rough exterior, but she’s got one! “I love to bake cookies,” she says. “And I love makeup, and I have this girly side that’s really only just starting to show because of ‘Revolution’ and some of those songs.”

She figures that if other stars like Beyoncé can change their images, she can too! “I should follow [Beyoncé] because it’s always good to follow greatness,” she says.

We’re not sure how we feel about this whole ‘change’ thing. If Miranda switches her on-stage attitude and pacifies her lyrics, who are we going to listen to when we get angry after a bad break up?

Are you in support of the new, tamer Miranda? Tell us what you think below!

— Lindsey DiMattina