Winning Entertainer of the Year, truly changed my life!
Miranda Lambert's latest hit, "Automatic," is about looking back on how life used to be. While Miranda considers herself an old soul in some respects, she admits she's not old enough to really have a feel for the past. "I feel like I've always been someone that really is nostalgic. I mean, I love old photographs and old houses and old trucks and my grandmother's jewelry. You know, I've always been that person, but it's hard to look back when you haven't lived very long, you know?"
"Automatic" will be on Miranda's new CD, Platinum, when it hits stores on June 3rd.
Check out Miranda at the Grand Ole Opry:
New ad for Snickers released in Australia is drawing complaints that it's sexist, even though its message is seemingly against the objectification of women. The ad shows catcalling construction workers yelling empowering statements to women passing by, like, "You want to hear a dirty word? Gender bias!" But then the joke is revealed that they aren't being themselves because they're hungry, with the idea being that it's normal for men to shout out crude come-ons. Critics are saying it's not only sexist toward men in its portrayal of them, but also toward the women who are supposed to be flattered and amused by strange men yelling at them, just because the message is a positive one.