Miranda Lambert Opens Up About Mom’s Cancer Battle

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Miranda Lambert recently appeared on the Tamron Hall Show, where she shared profound insights gained from her mother’s brave battle with breast cancer.

Family Pride And Support

Miranda Lambert, 40, highlighted her mother, Beverly June Lambert, as her biggest supporter, expressing deep gratitude for the unwavering love and encouragement that has been a guiding light throughout her career and personal journey. She expressed that her mother is her “biggest fan” and “hype girl.”

Miranda Lambert on the Tamron Hall Show.
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During the interview, the singer emphasized the pride and support she receives from both her mother and husband, who have been integral to her journey “every step of the way.”

“I mean I couldn’t do any of this without her,” Miranda told Hall. “We had eight shows, she came to nine. I think my mom was here when no one was here.”

The Power Of Community In Tough Times

Miranda also shared the tremendous support received from friends and family during her mother’s challenging battle with breast cancer. She reflected on how such experiences touch the lives of many and bring people together in both difficult and uplifting ways.

“It really gives you a lot of perspective, and it really reiterated to me just how many people that it touches in bad and good ways,” she explained. “People come out of the woodwork to support you, and you don’t understand the toughness of that all the stress on the entire family until you’ve gone through it.”

Triumph Over Cancer

Following months of treatment, Miranda revealed that her mother Beverly has been cancer-free for a year, marking a positive outcome in their challenging journey.

Miranda shared details about her mother’s cancer battle with PEOPLE in June 2022, “She’s been through a whole lot, but she’s doing really well, and she’s ready to roll.”

“I was able to be with her through the hardest parts. She’s unstoppable. She’s just been so strong and positive through the whole thing. It’s a good lesson for people to take away from a journey like that: Even though it’s a really scary place to be, the more positive, the better.”


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Savoring Heritage

In April 2023, the country music sensation unveiled a cookbook called Y’all Eat Yet? that showcases a varied array of delicious recipes influenced by her Texas heritage. The compilation features contributions from the remarkable women in her life, such as her mother Bev and grandmother “Nonny,” who played a pivotal role in shaping Miranda’s identity.


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Additionally, the cookbook offers valuable advice from Miranda’s mother, adding a personal touch to the culinary experience.

Wanda June Home: A Tribute

Shortly after publishing her cookbook, Miranda Lambert prepared for the launch of her Walmart home-goods line, Wanda June Home, named in honor of her mother, Beverly June Lambert, and grandmother, Wanda Louise Coker. The line reflects Miranda’s admiration for her mother’s strength and the inspiration she drew from witnessing her face challenges head-on and triumph.


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We are happy to hear that Miranda has garnered valuable lessons from her mother’s resilient battle and wish for continued health and well-being for the singer and her family.

Listen to Miranda Lambert discuss her mother’s journey in the Tamron Hall Show interview below!