Miranda Lambert stopped in the middle of a concert to invite fans to take a selfie. A video filmed at Lambert’s show in Las Vegas on Sunday shows the singer stopping in the middle of singing her song “Tin Man,” telling the audience that it was because of the selfie makers.
Now, an influencer has come forward to say that she was one of the people Lambert called out.
“These girls are so worried about their selfies that they don’t listen to the song,” Lambert says in the video. “It bothers me a bit.” The crowd cheered, and Lambert started the song again. The video, which was taken by another audience member, has garnered 2.4 million views on TikTok since it was posted on Monday.
Adela Kalen, a Las Vegas-based influencer with more than 17,000 followers on Instagram, posted several photos from the ceremony. In one of the comments, she claims to be the person Lambert was talking to. “These two pictures we were talking about when Miranda Lambert stopped her party and told us to sit down and not take selfies,” she said in the post on Monday.
The photos show Kaline with five other women – and Lambert in the background standing on stage.
While Lambert has been distracted by selfies, phones have been used in even worse ways at recent concerts.Earlier this month when someone threw the phone at her. The singer suffered a visible black eye and a tear He was arrested and charged with assault.
That same week, Drake was hit by a cell phone thrown on stage by someone in the audience at his show in Chicago, Entertainment Tonight reports.
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