Miranda Lambert is looking ultra-glamorous in her new '60s-inspired video for "Mama's Broken Heart," and her pal Beyoncé may have something to do with it. The video is now posted online, and it looks like Miranda used Bey's "Why Don't You Love Me" video as part of her inspiration.
Though Miranda's "Mama's Broken Heart" video appears more polished and refined than Beyoncé's, both clips feature the ladies in glamorous '60s-era housewife motifs looking happy for the public while later having alcohol-fueled breakdowns in private. Of note, both Bey and Miranda look great having these breakdowns while wearing sleek nightwear.
Of course, Miranda makes no bones about Beyoncé being a huge influence on her career. She even plays Beyoncé's "Run the World (Girls)" before shows on her Locked & Reloaded tour with Dierks Bentley. The country powerhouse and pop/R&B superstar also shared a few moments together at the Grammy Awards last month in Los Angeles.
"Mama's Broken Heart" is the latest single from Miranda's album, Four the Record.
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