Miranda Lambert Introduces Her Chickens Including Martina McFried, Betty White Meat, Chickira and More
In late May, Miranda Lambert introduced her chickens to fans in a pair of Tik Tok videos from her Tennessee…
Miranda Lambert; Photo Courtesy of Miranda Lambert Twitter
Several country artists, an actress and also two pop stars, came to Lambert’s mind when choosing punny names for the fourteen chickens in “Coop DeVille” including Tanya Tucker, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira and Martina McBride to name a few.
The first Tik Tok video opens with Lambert saying “Hi guys, what are you doing in your new house?” as the camera pans to the bright blue chicken coop with over a dozen chickens inside. Lambert shows the group of chickens who she named Donna Henley, Betty Cocker, Marhen Morris, Pearl Haggard, Willie Nelshen, Chick Jagger, Tanya Clucker and Martina McFried in the first clip.
@mirandalambertMeet the residents of Coop DeVille! ##mycrib ##natureathome ##reallifeathome♬ Bluebird – Miranda Lambert
In the second clip, Lambert featured the same footage of her blue “I’m for the birds” branded chicken coop showcasing the second group of chickens whose names include Hennifer Lopez, Dolly PartHen, Chickira, Chrishen Stapleton, Betty White Meat and Lori Morghen.
@mirandalambertIntroducing Coop DeVille Part 2! ##meetmypet ##natureathome ##happyathome♬ original sound – mirandalambert
Along with the aforementioned chickens, Lambert’s Tennessee farm is home to over a dozen other animals including dogs, cats, rabbits and more. In another Tik Tok video from Lambert, she shared her dogs names, with photos of each of them with her their names including Delta, Cher, Bellamy, Jessi & Waylon, Thelma, Louise and JD.
@mirandalambertHappy National Rescue Dog Day! ##rescuedog ##shelterdog ##adoptdontshop♬ Jersey on the Wall – I’m Just Asking – Tenille Townes
Lambert has been staying very active on her Tik Tok with other videos including her shirtless husband doing chores around the house, one-of-a-kind performances from her porch and travel videos of her and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, a former NYPD officer.
Lambert was recently forced to reschedule the remaining dates of her Wildcard Tour due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, she has been laying low at home with McLoughlin keeping busy with projects around the house, gardening, cooking and “just being together quietly.”
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