Chatroom man talks dirtyy

03 May

Radio hasn't been overly enthusiastic about Miranda Lambert's latest batch of singles, with "Vice" stalling at Number 11 on the Country Airplay chart and the quirky "We Should Be Friends" being hastily abandoned in favor of "Tin Man," which just broke the Top 40.Nevertheless, Lambert turned up in the hot seat on country DJ Bobby Bones' morning show in Nashville to talk about the thought she's put into promoting The Weight of These Wings, as well as answer a few WTF questions about Starbucks' new Unicorn Frappucino from the host.Previously she lived in Texas and then Oklahoma during her marriage to Blake Shelton.She's slowly adjusted to her new city, trying to not let her celebrity deter her from enjoying all it has to offer."When I first got here I was running wild in Midtown, but then I calmed down," she says.

"I've got 22 other songs that need to be showcased." She did her best around the album's release, mixing up her song choices as she made the late night rounds.

Her single at the time, "Vice," was performed first on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, followed by an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers where she sang "We Should Be Friends." Two weeks later, she appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, performing "Highway Vagabond" – so far not an official single.

Bones later points out that Lambert is something of a Nashville outsider, having only recently made the city her home base.

I want to do something revolutionary here and change that statement to “we’re never held accountable for our actions”.

Because when we’re talking about policing online behavior, it always seems to imply that it’s everybody else who’s wrong, when, in fact, WE’RE what’s wrong.