Miranda Lambert & Husband Brendan McLoughlin Share Flirty Dance At Casa Rosa In Nashville
Miranda Lambert stopped by her new Nashville bar and restaurant, Casa Rosa, on Sunday (June 6) for a Sunday funday with…
In videos shared to social media, Lambert was seen dancing with her husband to The Temptations’ 1964 hit “My Girl” on a VIP balcony inside of Casa Rosa. Also in the clip, you can see “Heartache On The Dance Floor” singer Jon Pardi, who was dancing with his wife Summer.
In addition to Lambert and McLoughlin’s dance together, Lambert two-stepped with Pardi to George Strait’s classic “Check Yes or No,” while fans watch from below, most of whom were recording the special moment.
Last month, Lambert and her husband hosted a VIP Event at Casa Rosa, which featured a star-studded guest list and an epic karaoke concert from those in attendance, including Lambert and Brendan, who performed a duet.
Watch Lambert and McLoughlin’s romantic dance in the below clip.
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Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa is now open at 308 Broadway soon. The country superstar is the first female country singer with a Broadway bar. Created in partnership with TC Restaurant Group, Lambert’s Casa Rosa is a 17,400-square-foot facility that will feature a taste of Texas in the state of Tennessee. It’s a multi-level complex featuring live music and a rooftop bar.
Fans can learn more about Casa Rosa HERE.
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