“Appalled” Miranda Lambert Fan Speaks Out After Singer Busts Her for Selfie

Adela Calin, a fan of Miranda Lambert, said the experience “felt like I was back at school with the teacher scolding me.” Miranda Lambert recently chastised Adela for snapping a picture at a concert.

This Miranda Lambert fan doesn’t think that taking a photo during the performance was wrong.

ICYMI, the singer took a quick break from Velvet Rodeo by Miranda Lambert On July 15, the Las Vegas Residency event called out a group of concertgoers for snapping photographs while the performer was singing “Tin Man.” In a social media video that has gone viral, Lambert is heard telling the crowd, “These girls are worrying about their selfie and not listening to the music. I’m becoming a little annoyed with it.

Adela Calin, one of the fans in the group, later went out about the event and said she was “appalled” by Lambert’s remark.

The 43-year-old told NBC News, “It felt like I was back at school with the teacher scolding me for doing something wrong and telling me to sit down back in my place.” “I get the impression that she was determined to portray us as being young, immature, and conceited. But all we were doing was attempting to capture a photo as adult ladies in our 30s to 60s.

Prior to the performance, Calin and her friends attempted to snap a group shot, but they “couldn’t get one good picture” because of the lighting, she said.

She recalled: “We were very happy because I thought we got the finest seats in the whole theater.

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And while Calin expressed disappointment in Lambert’s actions, she added that given the rising number of performers—including fellow country star Kelsea Ballerini—being hit by thrown objects during performances in recent months, the three-time Grammy winner was probably being overly cautious about her personal space.

Calin posted the two pictures she and her pals shot at Lambert’s concert on Instagram on July 17. Six admirers posed on a balcony with their backs to the stage in one of the pictures, with the singer of “House That Built Me” standing behind them.

The lyrics of “Lyin’ Here” include, “Lately, I see leavin in your eyes / So nothing you say, will come as a surprise / It’s not even necessary to strive to be truthful. Just go ahead and leave me lying here, and I’ll tell you what’s on my mind. It didn’t shatter because of you. I’ll admit that I made the error, and I’ll inform my thoughts, my eyes, and my body as well. They don’t even need to shed a single tear. Just leave me lying here, please.

Ouch! But Lambert isn’t exactly sure what she was thinking when she wrote the song that was on her 2001 self-titled solo debut before she ever went on Nashville Star—aside from anticipating the end of a relationship before it happens. But it ended up being

In “Dead Flowers”

I feel like the flowers in this vase: “He just brought ’em home one day, saying, ‘Ain’t they beautiful?’ / They been here in the kitchen and the waters turnin’ gray / They’re sittin’ in the vase but now they’re dead, dead flowers.”

This 2009 song, the lead single from her fourth studio album Revolution, is a heavy metaphor for a romance that has lost its bloom. Shelton, who would later become her husband, was still only her boyfriend at the time, but Lambert said that the song was actually influenced by genuine deceased Valentine’s Day roses from her past.

According to Lambert’s statement on her website, “I wrote it from a love gone wrong point of view, but a girl informed me it wasn’t about that.

Calin captioned the photos, saying, “These are the 2 pictures we were talking [sic] when Miranda Lambert stopped her concert and told us to sit down and not take selfies.”

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