Miranda Lambert Net Worth: Miranda Lambert is an American country music artist who has a net worth of $60 million. Lambert has earned numerous awards for her work, and no artist has won more Academy of Country Music Awards than she has. Miranda has released eight solo studio albums, including her self-released debut, “Miranda Lambert” (2001) and the 2x Platinum “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” (2007) and “Revolution” (2009); she has also released three albums with her country group Pistol Annies. She first gained attention as a contestant on USA’s “Nashville Star” in 2003; she came in third place and signed with Epic Records later that year. Seven of her albums have reached #1 on the “Billboard” Top Country Albums chart, and 2014’s “Platinum” hit #1 on the “Billboard” 200. Lambert has had several hit singles, including “The House That Built Me” (2010), “Heart Like Mine” (2011), and “Over You” (2012).
Now married to former NYPD officer Brendan McLoughlin,
Lambert is focused on paying her financial success forward with her MuttNation Foundation and her animal shelter in Oklahoma. As the report revealed, Lambert sells MuttNation pet products through Tractor Supply Co. and donates the earnings to her organization’s adoption and rescue programs.
Miranda Lambert’s Awards and Honors:
Lambert has won 35 Academy of Country Music Awards, five American Country Awards, 13 Country Music Association Awards, and 7 CMT Music Awards. She has been nominated for 18 Grammys, winning Best Female Country Vocal Performance for “The House That Built Me” in 2011 and Best Country Album for “Platinum” in 2015. Miranda has also won awards from the MusicRow Awards, CMT Teddy Awards, and Vevo Hot This Year awards, and she was honored at the CMT Artists of the Year Awards in 2014 and 2018.
Miranda Lambert’s Real Estate:
The country star has also invested in some pricey properties over the years, including a $2.258 million five-bedroom home in Brentwood, Tennessee, which she purchased while married to Shelton. As the outlet explained, Lambert sold the 10,627-square-foot home after their divorce in July 2015 for $2.425 million and later moved into a $3.4 million home in Nashville, Tennessee, which features a number of luxurious features, including three houses, two cabins, a lake, a boathouse, a barn, walking trails, and even a pavilion for concerts.