Miranda Lambert Says It’s Crazy She’s a Museum Exhibit

courtesy CMA

When she was a little girl, Miranda Lambert visited the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. And as of Friday (May 16), she’ll be an exhibit in that same museum.

“It's so crazy to think that there's an exhibit that celebrates my stuff and my tour in the Hall of Fame,” she told reporters.

“Just crazy that a little girl or a little boy who wants to sing will come here with his family and visit the Hall of Fame, and I'll be one of the exhibits there,” Miranda said.

“They'll see my road cases and my corsets and guitars on display, and it's like, ‘I'll be in here one day.’ Just like I thought when I was little, and there I am already. I mean, just for a time, but still. I can say I've been in the Hall of Fame now,” she said, laughing.

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