9 things you didn’t know about Miranda Lambert | Fox News

Miranda Lambert has come along way from tiny Lindale, Texas. The record-winning country singer generally lives her life like an open book through her music.

But there are still a few things you probably don’t know about the 32-year-old superstar, including a very interesting link to … President Bill Clinton?

  • 1. Humble beginnings

    AP

    Growing up in a small town, the singer’s parents often struggled to make ends meet, and at one point, the Lambert family found themselves without a roof over their heads.

    “We were homeless,” Lambert’s mom Beverly told the Associated Press. Lambert, her parents and younger brother Luke spent several months staying with relatives and friends until they were able to find a home of their own to rent.

  • 2. Multiple tattoos

    Reuters

    When Miranda Lambert got her first tattoo, her father Rick was livid. She wrote about the interaction in her song “Heart Like Mine. “Daddy cried when he saw my tattoo, said he loved me anyway,” she sings. The two eventually worked it out and Lambert’s tattoo of two Colt .45 pistols with wings on her left forearm has become her default logo.

    But it’s not the only tattoo the singer has. Lambert had the logo of her organization MuttNation Foundation tattooed on her foot in 2011.

  • 3. Presidential connection

    AP

    The daughter of private investigators, the Lamberts’ PI business took off after they worked with former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones’ legal team on her case against President Bill Clinton.

  • 4. Country singer turned equestrian

    Instagram

    While you might expect the country singer to ride Western-style, Lambert recently starting taking proper English riding lessons.

    “I knew how to ride a little bit here and there, but I wanted to learn for real,” she told ABC. In January, the life-long animal lover decided to carve out time from her busy schedule to learn a new craft. “I love animals, and I’ve been really enjoying a challenge learning something new.”

  • 5. Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard and…Beyonce?

    Getty

    Loretta Lynn and Merle Haggard are obvious choices for Lambert’s musical influences. But Bey onc?

    “I’m obsessed with Beyonc,” admitted Lambert. “I have every Beyonc record, I have Destinys Child, Ive seen her [five] times in concert, so I’m just a giant fan. I actually got to meet her briefly at the American Airlines center last year. I just love her, and I will always buy every record she makes, but I still love BDay the most.”

  • 6. Family tree

    Reuters

    The singer told Us Weekly that she has Irish and Indian roots.

  • 7. Lambert and order

    The “Automatic” singer has always been a huge “Law and Order: SVU” fan, so when NBC called and asked her to guest star on the show, Lambert immediately said yes.

    She played Lacey, a struggling artist desperate to break into the entertainment industry who gets taken advantage of by a casting director for a reality show.

  • 8. She walks the wine

    She sings, she acts and she makes wine? Lambert not only has her own line of wine that reflect her Southern spirit, the singer also designed a shoe line and owns a couple of housing good stores.

  • 9. Collection obsession

    AP

    The “Vice” singer loves to collect all things vintage. She boasted over her salt-and-pepper shakers collection to Country Living.

    “I love all things vintage, and I have a growing collection of salt-and-pepper shakers,” Lambert told the mag. “I have about 50 sets right now, and it’s getting out of control. My favoritea ’55 Chevy with an Airstreamcame from a fan.”

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2016/08/11/9-things-didnt-know-about-miranda-lambert.html

Miranda Lambert on the House That Built Her

Miranda Lambert didn't write her latest hit, 'The House That Built Me,' but it describes her childhood home in Lindale, Texas, to a tee. She and her parents fight back tears as they discuss the house that built back their family. (May 5)