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Miranda Lambert to attend the pride parade, and brother, Luke, ‘We are crying’

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Miranda Lambert revealed she was emotional when her brother was able to put up their pictures from the pride parade in New York City this summer on social media.

Speaking with Pride Source, Lambert said, “I didn’t even realize that it’s making a statement, because I thought that it was normal.”

She added: “I don’t think that it was the last of the out-of-bounds, or something, because to me, it’s all the same, it doesn’t really matter.”

The country music star attended the parade with her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, along with brother Luke and his wife in the summer.

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When asked what it was like to share the experience with her brother, Lambert, noted that “It was so special.”

“It was so special, and when he gave me permission to post about it, and we both cried because it was such a big moment. But I am talking about, and why it’s a great time to help other people because it was a great moment for all of us.”

“So, I’m just glad that he’s OK with that, and we’ll be able to tell you the time and support each other no matter what we do or who we are,” she continued.

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Brendan McLoughlin, and Miranda Lambert attend the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April, 07, 2019 at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by John Shearer/ACMA2019/Getty Images for ACM)
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The Lamberts, who grew up in the conservative Baptist fellowship of Lindale, Texas. Speaking on the need for representation in their community, Lambert revealed that she didn’t know if she had a LGBTQ+ friends, or not.

“I like to think that I did it, and I don’t know, because everybody was afraid of at that moment. I mean, I’m 35, and so on in the city at that time, it was not the best, and the few kids I knew that was going to have faith in my mother, and my mother worked in a youth group and they had a really cool mom.”

“I didn’t judge, and I don’t judge it right now. I just didn’t think it was a big deal in my mind because I was brought up to everyone to accept,” she added.

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Miranda Lambert performs at the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April, 07, 2019 at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Lambert also took time to recognize those who have claimed that they were no longer fans after the singer’s show of solidarity for the LGBTQ+ community.

“I have a feeling that the people who have negative comments are not my people. When people say “unfollow” and they weren’t following me to begin with. Also, I don’t understand why people take the time to get on social media and be negative,” she said.

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