Fans left Miranda Lambert’s concert in protest

Fans left Miranda Lambert’s concert in protest

Just a few verses into the song “Tin Man,” US singer Miranda Lambert, 39, stopped singing – when she discovered someone was taking selfies during her Las Vegas performance.

one appears Tik Tok video Published Sunday.

Fans’ outrage: – They should know better


– I have to pause here for a moment, I’m sorry. “These girls are worried about their self-image and not listening to the song,” Lambert said from the stage, adding:

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– It bothers me a bit. Sorry, but I don’t like it. never. We’re here to hear some country music tonight.

Many fans are said to have reacted to Lambert’s reaction and thus left the concert in protest.

– Let’s go, you don’t do this to your fans, one person can be heard saying in the video.

Now many fans are reacting to how Lambert handled the situation.

Someone wrote in the comments section below the Tiktok video, while another wrote: “Imagine it’s their favorite song, and so they shot a video, and they were so excited.”

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“I love the people who left.”

However, other followers agreed with Lambert.

“How can anyone talk under the ‘Tin Man’?” It’s very touching.”

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