Miranda Lambert Is Nervous About Live Duet With Carrie Underwood

Miranda by Francis Specker/CBS, Carrie by Kevin Mazur/Schmidt Relations

Country girl power is set to erupt Sunday (May 18) at the live Billboard Music Awards, airing on ABC.

Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood are set to sing their new duet, “Something Bad,” for the first time live. The song appears on Miranda’s upcoming album, Platinum, which hits stores June 3.

“I’m gonna be really nervous to sing with Carrie. It will be the first time we sing it live together. That’s the fun part, though,” Miranda tells reporters.

“That’s kind of why you want to do it in the first place, is to sing it live. I mean, it’s fun to sing it in the studio and all that stuff with her, but definitely singing with someone as powerful as she is pushes you as a vocalist.”

Then again, Miranda thinks this is a really good thing.

“I’m nervous, but I’m excited, and I’m excited for people to see two female country artists up there onstage together,” she said.

“That doesn’t happen that often, or not often enough, in my opinion. So, we’re just gonna go rock it.”

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