We Finally Have The Photo That Caused Miranda Lambert To Stop Her Concert And Call Out A Group For Taking A Selfie

Miranda Lambert

Well, we finally have the now-infamous photo.

By now I’m sure you’ve heard all about Miranda Lambert stopping her concert in Las Vegas over the weekend to call out a group of concertgoers who she claimed were more “worried about their selfie” and not paying attention to the show.

Video posted from the incident shows Miranda cutting off her performance of “Tin Man” to address the girls:

“I’m gonna stop right here for a second, I’m sorry. These girls are worried about their selfie and not listening to the song. It’s pissing me off a little bit.

I don’t like it. At all. We’re here to hear some country music tonight. I’m singing some country damn music.”

@justingregg8 Amazing show. 10/10 recommend. This had ☠️ lmaooooo #countrymusic #MirandaLambert ♬ original sound – Justin Gregg

Since then, more videos of the now-viral moment have surfaced, with some saying that the group was taking pictures with their flash on for several minutes before Miranda eventually had enough and put an end to it.

@alirosecountry There is a time and place for taking photos during a show, but when it starts to ruin the show for everyone else, it is a problem. Miranda Lambert did what needed to be done. #mirandalambert #velvetrodeo ♬ Only Prettier (Album) – Miranda Lambert

The moment has also divided the internet, with some praising Miranda for putting an end to the distraction for everybody around the group, and others saying that they paid big money for their VIP seats and should be able to get a photo if they want to.

Yesterday, Blake Shelton was even trending on Twitter after so many people began to tweet things about her ex-husband being right to divorce Miranda.

Well now we have the photo that’s caused so much uproar.

In a post on her Instagram, @lifestyle_with_adela posted the photo that her group was taking that drew Miranda’s attention:

“These are the 2 pictures we were taking when Miranda Lambert stopped her concert and told us to sit down and not take selfies.”

Well you can see from the pictures that they weren’t actually selfies, because they clearly had somebody else taking the picture of the group for them. And in one of the photos you can’t even see Miranda behind the group of six girls.

The influencer also explained in the comments that two of her friends walked out after being singled out by the country star for taking the photos.

While most in the comments of the Instagram post were supportive, the internet is clearly divided over who was in the wrong here.

I mean, I haven’t seen so many people arguing over a photo since everybody was trying to figure out what color that dress was back in 2015.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock