Country music stars are pushing Miranda Lambert to join forces with this pop icon Getty Images/Bob Levey
Getty Images/Bob Levey

These days, country music stars are practically on their knees begging Miranda Lambert for one thing.

And, that’s to duet on a song with pop/R&B superstar Beyoncé.

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Yep, the votes are in, and a decision has been made. Well, a decision has been made by Dierks Bentley and country group Little Big Town at least.

“I heard ‘Daddy Lessons’ and immediately said, ‘That’s a country song,'” Dierks tells “USA Today” about the country-tinged track on Beyoncé’s latest album, “Lemonade.” “You could hear someone like Miranda covering a song like that. It’s a real story she tells about what’s going on in her life growing up. It just has that verse and melody that feels like a country song.”

“Miranda and Beyoncé? I’m getting in on that,” added Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild. To which the rest of the band members nodded in agreement.

And, perhaps putting these two gals together on a song would be a match made in heaven so to speak. After all, the divas do have a lot in common. They’re both strong and powerful Texans. They both have fierce personalities. And heck, they seem to be pretty fond of each other, too.

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In fact, Miranda once admitted that she’s a huge fan of  “Queen B” telling WYCD, “I copy everything she does besides dancing because I’m pretty white. I’m not even ashamed of it because everyone great took from someone else great. But she gets up there and she slings her head around and just commands the stage and that’s what I ultimately want to be.”


So, would you be on board to hear a these two sing a song together?

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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