How Much Does Miranda Lambert Weigh?


There was no exact weight found for Miranda Lambert. She mentions that her weight fluctuates and as of May 2012, she wears a size 8. She is 5 feet 4 inches tall.
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Miranda Lambert weighs about 112 lbs. She married fellow country singer Blake Shelton on May 14, 2011.
There is no exact weight listed for singer Miranda Lambert, but Lambert has stated that her weight fluctuates, and that in 2013, she was a size 8. Lambert is the wife of country singer Blake Shelton. The two were married in 2011. Miranda Leigh Lambert was born in Longview, Texas on November 10, 1983. She is signed, or has been previously signed to the Epic, Columbia Nashville, and RCA Records Nashville record labels. Lambert gainer her fame after appearing on the 2003 season of the TV series, Nashville Star. She finished third on the show.
There is no information on how much Miranda Lambert weighs. She does say that she struggles with her weight. At 5'4' she was wearing a size 10 at one time and started exercising and eating properly and dropped down to a size 4.
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