Miranda Lambert Enjoys a Girls Night Out with Shania Twain: 'Music is Medicine'

by Emily Krauser 4:25 PM PDT, August 02, 2015
Playing Miranda Lambert Enjoys a Girls Night Out with Shania Twain: 'Music is Medicine'

We think mama would approve of the way Miranda Lambert's handling this broken heart.

Lambert was all smiles during a girls night out Saturday, when she took in her good friend Shania Twain's concert in Nashville.

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Twain shared an Instagram of the two in a big embrace. "Girls night, love seeing you! #RockThisCountry," she captioned the happy snap.

Girls night, love seeing you! #RockThisCountry

A photo posted by Shania Twain (@shaniatwain) on

The "Kerosene" singer showed an equal amount of love for her pal, sharing a photo of Twain riding high above her audience on a crane covered by a fringe saddle, which is also known as a heavy dose of country swag.

It seems the show was exactly what Lambert, 31, needed. She added a few hashtags to the picture, but the most poignant one was the last: Music is medicine.

Shania Twain. Fringe Saddle. That's All. #nashville #girlsnight #rockthiscountry #badass #musicismedicine

A photo posted by Miranda Lambert (@mirandalambert) on

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BFFs have been featured heavily on Lambert's social media since her divorce from husband Blake Shelton. Earlier this week, she shared a photo with a pal and thanked Jesus for coffee, girlfriends and concealer, and she's also been both hanging out with her friend Ashley Monroe and promoting Monroe's new album -- as has Shelton.

Thank you Jesus for girlfriends and coffee. Oh and concealer! #wewokeuplikethis

A photo posted by Miranda Lambert (@mirandalambert) on

.@mirandalambert and @ashleymonroe singing #heartlikemine

A photo posted by Nashville Country Club (@nashvillecountryclub) on

Lambert has always been a big supporter of not just the main gals in her life but all women in music. Back in May, Lambert, who is also part of the trio Pistol Annies with Monroe, tweeted that she will always "do everything in my power to support and promote female singer/songwriters in country music. Always."

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That coffee photo is pretty apt for Lambert, as she recently admitted to fans that she was "living off caffeine and sad songs" during a concert. See the video below.