If there's one thing we should all know, it's that you should never cross Miranda Lambert. One fan at the Oct. 25 Pistol Annies show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium clearly didn't get the memo.
While the Pistol Annies were playing their song "Cheyenne," an unreleased track from their upcoming album Interstate Gospel, one woman standing in front of the stage ignored security guards when she was told to return to her seat. Lambert tried to reason with the woman saying, "I'm not gonna have you stealing our show tonight, honey. You're gonna have to go sit down."
When the woman didn't comply, Lambert took matters into her own hands. After handing her guitar to bandmate Angaleena Presley, Lambert knelt down at the front of the stage, took the fan by the hand and personally escorted her to the side stage where security made sure she exited the venue.
Lambert doesn't waste any more time on the matter. She high-fives Presley and Ashley Monroe, walks right back to her microphone and launches back into the song. That's how it's done.
The incident was captured by fans on social media. You can watch one fan's video below.
Miranda Lambert taking matters into her own hands to escort a fan out... pic.twitter.com/86pp7gzbsi
— Ali Snider (@ASni13) October 26, 2018
The Pistol Annies will perform two more shows this year: The Town Hall in New York, N.Y. on Nov. 2 and The Novo in Los Angeles, Calif. on Nov. 7. If we've learned anything from this it's that everybody in those crowds better act right.
The Pistol Annies have released six songs from Interstate Gospel (out on Nov. 2), "Masterpiece," "Sugar Daddy," "Stop Drop and Roll One," "Best Years of My Life," "Got My Name Changed Back" and the title track.