Miranda Lambert made an appearance on the 22nd Annual A Home For The Holidays special on CBS to perform her chart-topping single, “Bluebird.”
The superstar delivered a heartfelt acoustic performance of “Bluebird” from what appeared to be her Tennessee home.
“Bluebird” was co-written by Lambert alongside Natalie Hemby and Luke Dick. The song reached the No.1 spot at country radio in July, marking her seventh chart-topping single.
Lambert was one of several stars who performed during the annual holiday special, including Josh Groban, Meghan Trainor, Leslie Odom, Jr. and Andrea Bocelli. Hosted by Gayle King the 22nd Annual A Home For The Holidays featured uplifting stories of adoption from foster care and raised awareness of the important social issue. Viewers also witnessed virtual adoptions as three families adopted their children on air.
For the last two decades, the award-winning special has shined a light on the thousands of American children in foster care and has inspired tens of thousands of adoptions, moving these children into loving “forever families.” Currently, there are more than 400,000 children in foster care in the United States.
Lambert previously performed on A Home For The Holidays in 2016 to perform “The House That Built Me.”