Give it up for Miranda Lambert!
The "Little Red Wagon" singer won Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2016 Academy of Country Music Awards (for an astounding seventh consecutive year!), where she received a standing ovation in one of the biggest crowd reactions of the night.
"I love seeing a bunch of new country girls up here shining, singing their great songs that they wrote themselves," Lambert said during her acceptance speech, highlighting female country artists at the show. "I'm really excited for women in country music, and I'm glad to be here as one of them.
"I love y'all fans, thank you so much," the 32-year-old country star concluded her speech, wearing a Kimora Lee Simmons black jumpsuit that was different from the yellow Christian Siriano gown she rocked on the red carpet.
It seems Nashville turned out for Lambert, who also didn't disappoint shortly afterward during an absolutely badass performance of "Tush" with Keith Urban and Billy Gibbons.
Safe to say, she may have won the ACM Awards.
The fast, loud and rocking performance came after Lambert's ex, Blake Shelton, gave a surprise performance at the beginning of the show.
Meanwhile, Lambert made her red carpet debut with boyfriend Anderson East at the show. The two posed holding hands outside the event, and a source backstage tells ET they were being very affectionate.
Watch the video below.