Miranda Lambert is teasing a possible appearance on Yellowstone.
After revealing that she recently got friendly with the hit show’s creator Taylor Sheridan, the country music star was asked if she would ever like to appear on the show – and it’s something she isn’t ruling out.
‘I’ve never been an actress. It’s not my favorite thing,’ Lambert, 39, teased to Entertainment Tonight.
The If I Was A Cowboy singer – who had to cancel her March 30 concert – made her acting debut on a 2012 episode of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit that came about because she was a huge fan of the show.
‘I’ve done one thing and it was probably the one.
‘I’m not saying I won’t ever do it again. But if I can play myself… that’s a little bit easier on me.’
Yellowstone fan: Miranda Lambert is a fan of Yellowstone – and why wouldn’t she be when the cowboy’s bunkhouse features an old poster of her
Playing herself: I’ve done one thing and it was probably the one.’I’m not saying I won’t ever do it again. But if I can play myself… that’s a little bit easier on me’
In February, Lambert was honored with a Texas Medal of Arts award – and so was Yellowstone creator Tyler Sheridan.
‘I actually was at a thing in Texas, Taylor Sheridan got a Texas Medal of Arts and I did as well,’ she told the outlet. ‘So we got to talk about, you know, this lifestyle. I was pushing my songs for the show. I was like, “I have some tunes, man, here they are!”‘
And as for that poster, she revealed just how much of a throwback it was.
‘I was like, 19 in that picture!’ the Drunk singer admitted.
The Yellowstone admission comes amid news that Lambert was forced to cancel her Thursday night, March 30 show in her Las Vegas residency due to vocal cord problems.
Earlier in the day, the country crooner took to social media and issued a statement, revealing that she has been placed on vocal rest by her doctor and is unable to perform at this time.
The show was part of the latest leg of the Miranda Lambert: Velvet Rodeo The Las Vegas Residency that’s slated to run five more shows through April 9.
‘Hey y’all, I have been under a doctor’s care all day to see if things improved, however unfortunately I’ve been put on vocal rest and we have to cancel out show tonight,’ she wrote in a statement posted on Instagram and Twitter
Doctor’s orders: Miranda has been placed on vocal rest by her doctor and canceled her March 30 concert in Las Vegas
Las Vegas: Miranda’s ongoing Las Vegas residency also includes concerts on April 1, 2, 6, 8 and 9, which are Sunday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, according to her website.
The Longview, Texas native went on to apologize for the abrupt cancellation, which came about three-and-a-half hours before the eight o’clock start time, and promised she’s doing everything in her power to be healed enough to play this weekend.
‘To those fans who made plans to spend their Thursday night with us, I truly apologize,’ she continued in the statement. ‘I am working hard to get better for the shows on Saturday and Sunday. See you all soon, and thank you for understanding.’
She ended the posted by offering information on the options available to fans who had bought tickets to the March 30 show.
‘Tickets purchased through Ticketmaster will automatically be refunded, otherwise please contact your point of purchase for their refund policy. Please visit Ticketmaster.com/MirandaVegas or visit the Bakkt Theater box office for tickets to other Velvet Rodeo shows this weekend,’ she concluded.
Texas native: In February, Lambert was honored with a Texas Medal of Arts award – and so was Yellowstone creator Tyler Sheridan
Currently, Lambert is scheduled to make her return to the Bakkt Theater stage on Saturday, April 1, if all things go well and she’s able to perform up to her self-imposed standards.
The ongoing residency also includes concerts on April 2, 6, 8 and 9, which are Sunday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, according to her website.
This is not the first time Lambert has needed to take a break from performing due to doctors-ordered vocal rest.
Lambert’s Velvet Rodeo residency in Las Vegas is a celebration of her nearly two decades as a country music superstar that dates back to her self-titled debut that dropped in 2001.