Miranda Lambert has come a long way since torching her ex on her 2005 breakthrough hit, "Kerosene." In November, 2009's Revolution won the Country Music Association's Album of the Year award, although a bigger honor was yet to come. She recently capped awards season with a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for "The House That Built Me," one of her more sentimental songs. But Lambert (who used to scare Nashville shitless) is at her best stirring up trouble, whether proudly declaring herself a Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (the title of her third album) or poking political party lines on Revolution's terrific "Only Prettier."
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