World Records You Didn't Know Miranda Lambert Broke

Country music superstar Miranda Lambert has dazzled fans with her jaw-dropping vocals, powerful performances, and fiery lyrics ever since her debut major-record label album "Kerosene" in 2005. According to Billboard, her album peaked at no. 18 on the Billboard 200 list.

After the Grammy-award-winning singer's debut album went platinum, Lambert's follow-up albums, 2007's "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" and 2009's "Revolution," secured her place at the top of the country music charts.

Lambert uses her songwriting skills to express her deepest feelings, such as loneliness, love, and loss. In 2017, the "House That Built Me" singer sat down with Sounds Like Nashville and detailed the real meaning behind her vulnerable 2016 hit single, "Tin Man." "Whatever influenced you the most, at whatever time in your life, somewhere or another comes out in your art," she told the outlet. "Everyone knows what the Tin Man represents — cold, and empty, and loneliness, and heartless...and it just opened my eyes to it even more going through pain myself, you know, sort of an epiphany."

Lambert's stunning voice and ability to portray her deepest thoughts and emotions in her music led her to become the most-award artist in the Academy of County Music History (via The Boot). In 2018, she won song of the year for "Tin Man," which marked her 30th ACM win.

Miranda Lambert set these Guinness World Records

Before making history at the 2018 Country Music Awards, Miranda Lambert set a Guinness World Record at the 2015 CMA's. A record-breaking-sized audience attended the award ceremony. A whopping 70,252 country music fans filled the AT&T Stadium in Texas for the event (via Guinness World Records). Therefore, the event set the record for the most attended awards show. But that wasn't the only Guinness World Record set that night.

As Country Living reports, that same night, the "Hell on Heels" singer "won the Academy of Country Music's awards for Album of the Year for 'Platinum,' Song of the Year for 'Automatic,' ACM Female Vocalist of the Year, and was honored with the ACM 50th Anniversary Milestone Award." Her 2015 win marked Lambert's sixth consecutive win in the category of Female Vocalist of the Year, so Guinness World Records recognized Lambert as having the most consecutive wins for the Academy of Country Music's female vocalist of the year (via Guinness World Records). Suffice to say, Miranda Lambert's trophy cabinet must be crammed.