Miranda Lambert explains why this occasion may be difficult for boyfriend Anderson East to plan Instagram/@MirandaLambert

It’s pretty obvious that Miranda Lambert has fallen head over heels for her boyfriend, Anderson East.

In fact, fans may recall that the country music superstar serenaded him onstage the night before his 30th birthday on July 16. You can check out the sweet serenade here.

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Miranda gushed about the adorable onstage birthday surprise during a recent interview with the co-hosts of the nationally-syndicated NASH-FM morning show, “Ty, Kelly and Chuck.”

“I felt like I had to [sing to him] because he turned 30, which was crazy,” said the 33-year-old artist. “He’s a baby!”

“I’m like, ‘When is he going to have another chance to have 12 or 1,300 people sing “Happy Birthday” to him?’” she added. “Every birthday doesn’t land on that, so I ran out there. Plus, I had beverages,” she added, indicating she may not have been completely sober.

Miranda, whose birthday surprise will be difficult to top, won’t turn 34 until November. So Anderson has plenty of time to decide how he’ll return the favor. However, coming up with a b-day plan might not be so easy for him.

“I’m hard to surprise because I’m a planner,” Miranda admitted, “I like [surprises], but I also like to be in control.”

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Aside from planning birthdays, Miranda and Anderson seem to fit each other like a glove. Not only have they duetted together onstage on many occasions, but they also co-wrote two songs on her double album, “The Weight of These Wings” including, “Getaway Driver” and “Well-Rested.” Despite their ability to work together musically, Miranda doesn’t always like to mix business with pleasure.


“I wrote that with a cute boy [a.k.a Anderson]. That was fun,” Miranda said of “Getaway Driver.” “We don’t write that much together, honestly. Like, it’s been very rare. We’ve written like two songs, maybe. I mean, I kind of separate it, you know what I mean? I like separating it.”

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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