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Miranda Lambert + Meghan Trainor Pair Up at 2014 CMA Awards for ‘All About That Bass’

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Miranda Lambert and viral sensation Meghan Trainor teamed up at the 2014 CMA Awards for a rousing rendition of Trainor’s hit, ‘All About That Bass.’

Though it might seem a stretch for Lambert, it’s really, at heart, a song about positive body image for young women — a topic that’s not only right in line with Lambert’s music, it’s something she’s somewhat of a symbol for, since she has often spoken about her comfort with herself at any size.

The performance itself was interesting, with Lambert fitting right in with the half-speaking, half-rapping rhythm and flow of the verses. Their voices blended perfectly in the choruses, too.

Lambert is the most-nominated artist at the awards, with nine nominations. She already won Musical Event of the Year earlier this morning for ‘We Were Us’ with Keith Urban. She also won Single of the Year for ‘Automatic.’

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