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Miranda Lambert talks about the transformation she goes through during the holidays Getty Images/Ethan Miller
Getty Images/Ethan Miller

Miranda Lambert can be tough to read.

Country fans have seen her sweet side on “The House That Built Me,” her scary side on “Kerosene” and her sneaky side on “White Liar.”

And while that might make Miranda one of country’s coolest chameleons, most would not consider as a girly-girl. Well, until now that is.

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“I love, love, love holidays,” Miranda recently said in a radio interview with KIX 92. “It’s my time to really be a girl. And I grew up, you know, with all the decorations and cookin’, and I get really domestic during holidays. And it’s kind of weird cause it’s so opposite of who I am onstage. But, I love to bake cookies and [cook] dinner for the whole family, and I have every decoration you can think of. I like to have a tree in every room. That’s my time to just get ultra-girly.”

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God knows she deserves a little bit of downtime before 2017 gets started. Miranda is scheduled to be back on the road on her Highway Vagabond Tour that will kick off in Evansville, Indiana on Jan. 26. 2017 will also take Miranda overseas in August, with stops scheduled in Ireland, England and Scotland.

Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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