Miranda Lambert hosted a sock-hop party at Nashville's aVenue Monday night to celebrate her latest #1 hit, "Automatic." Miranda dressed in a '50s theme, wearing a pink, vintage dress and sporting a shorter, shoulder-length hairstyle. During the presentation, Miranda shared the stage with her "Automatic" co-writers, Natalie Hemby and Nicolle Galyon , and thanked all the people who helped her take the song to #1.
"I'm overwhelmed right now with everything that's going on in my life," Miranda told those in attendance, adding, "and every day I wake up and pinch myself because I'm thankful and I'm scared and I'm excited. But I know that everybody in this room contributed in some way to every dream I have coming true right now, and I'm so thankful for that."
After Miranda's remarks, the honky tonk band Brazil Billy played as a few partygoers hit the dance floor.
Next up, Miranda hits the road on her Platinum tour next month. She posted an artist rendering of her elaborate new stage set on Instagram Monday.
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