Miranda LambertFans are defending the country artist after she was shamed for her physical appearance.
A video of the “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)” singer, 38, performing on stage made its way to TikTok earlier this week, and trolls responded to comments with no shortage of things to say. on his appearance.
Several social media users pointed out that Lambert looked ‘happy and healthy’ while serenading the large crowd, donning a comfy graphic tee, relaxed denim shorts and red star embellished cowboy boots. .
But while many wrote supportive comments, some felt the need to voice opinions about the musician’s body, dropping unnecessary jokes and calling out stars’ names like “Miranda HAMbert”, “Miranda Lambert” and “Mealranda Lambert”. There were even a series of rude remarks urging the Texas native to ‘mix a salad’ and ‘hit the gym’.
Regardless of the mean comments that have surfaced on the internet, one thing is certain: Lambert’s trolls have learned that no slander from Miranda will be tolerated by her cheering fans.
“I love that only men comment on her weight. She looks amazing,” someone observed, as another social media user added, “Half the men in the comments would be lucky to find a woman like her.”
Even people who aren’t particularly “fans” dropped notes about unwarranted opinions. “Not a Miranda fan but these comments didn’t pass the vibe test,” one irate TikToker commented on the clip, while another added, “Click on a few profiles and you really don’t room to talk about her looks…”
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Others offered positive reinforcement, noting how personally connected they were to the singer. “I have the same body type. She makes me feel safe,” someone said, while another pointed to the natural fact that “bodies age” and “gain weight,” which is a “normal part of life”.
“Weight and looks don’t define you. Your heart and the way you treat people does,” another user wrote.
As to how she Feeling all of this, the “Little Red Wagon” singer let it be known that she was confident in who exactly she was and didn’t need anyone’s validation. “I don’t give a damn what people think of me or my marriage or my music or anything else,” Lambert said. PEOPLE in June. “I just care about being myself.”
All in all, we really can’t get enough of all the body positivity and self-confidence!