It seems like celebrities everywhere these days are 'calling out' each other, and Miranda Lambert is following suit by calling out Taylor Swift — but not in the way that you might think.

Lambert, still clad in her beautiful evening attire from the 2015 ACM Honors on Tuesday night (Sept. 1), traded in her microphone for a curling iron and joined her friends on a cover of Swift's recent hit "Bad Blood."

She captioned the short video: "We challenge @taylorswift to a #glamjam."

So that means it's now Swift's turn to accept, jam out to a song, record a video and post it (as of Thursday, the now-pop superstar had not responded to the challenge).

The night of the ACM Honors event turned out to be full of performances for Lambert. During the show, the 31-year-old country star paid tribute to Loretta Lynn with a cover of "Rated X," a song about a woman's life and newfound freedom after divorce. Lambert and Blake Shelton divorced in July.

“Thank you, Miss Loretta, for that song, and being so brave, and paving the way for me to stand up here and sing a song like that. She sang songs that were not necessarily appropriate at times, like this for me,” Lambert said after her performance, before providing Lynn with the Crystal Milestone Award.

The "Little Red Wagon" hitmaker is said to be working on new music when she's not hanging out with girlfriends like Shania Twain.

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