Miranda Lambert and Brendan McLoughlin Have Fun GRAMMYs Date Night

"California dreamin'."

Written by Lauren Laffer
Miranda Lambert and Brendan McLoughlin Have Fun GRAMMYs Date Night
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 14: (L-R) Brendan Mcloughlin and Miranda Lambert attend the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Recording Academy )

Miranda Lambert had a memorable night at the 2021 GRAMMYs on Sunday night (3/14). Not only did she perform her uplifting single, “Bluebird,” but she also won Best Country Album with Wildcard. The remarkable evening made for a special date night with her husband of two years, Brendan McLoughlin.

The couple looked tanned and relaxed while at the socially distanced show after spending a few days enjoying the West Coast. The Texas native shared a photo of the two from their vacation rental, with Lambert captioning it “California dreamin’.”

McLoughlin attended the show with Lambert and was on hand to help his wife up the stairs to accept her award for Best Country Album. In her speech, Lambert thanked the Recording Academy and GRAMMYs for putting the event on so they could “kind of be together and say hi.”

Brandy [Clark], Ingrid [Andress], Little Big Town, and Ashley [McBryde] back in Nash, we are such a family in country music, so I feel like holding this right now, I’m holding it for all of us, especially us girls. I’m very thankful for this, thankful for Jay Joyce, who has three albums in this category with Ashley and Brandy and myself, and all the songwriters and musicians who made ‘Wildcard’ what it is, and the tattoo that inspired it. Thanks to my family, my husband, my manager Marion Kraft, my band and crew. I miss the hell outta y’all and I can’t wait to get back out to the fans. I love you so much, thank you!”

Lambert also treated fans to a special performance of “Bluebird,” during a back-to-back country segment during the GRAMMY Awards. She followed up Mickey Guyton’s powerful performance of “Black Like Me” before transitioning to Maren Morris and John Mayer’s collaboration on “The Bones.”

The 63rd GRAMMY Awards aired live from Los Angeles on Sunday (3/14). See all of our GRAMMYS coverage right here.