From Wrecked Cars to Driver-less Cadillacs, Miranda Lambert Delivers Mysterious Video for "Vice"

Image Credit: Becky FlukeIf you’re thinking that Miranda Lambert’s latest hit “Vice” may be some sort of commentary about her divorce last year from Blake Shelton, her new music video will only feed that fire.

Dripping with symbolism, the clip starts with a glamorous Miranda emerging unharmed from the wreckage of an overturned car after a serious accident. The 13-time Female Vocalist of the Year then proceeds to stroll down the main street of the mostly deserted town of Smithville, Texas.

First, she passes a woman reading a newspaper with the headline “Chaos,” before encountering two young girls blowing bubbles. Along the way, Miranda stops off to do a couple of shots with an attractive bartender, before ending up standing in the middle of a crossroad. Just when you think things couldn’t get any more mysterious, she rides off in the back of a driver-less black Cadillac.

You can check out Miranda’s new "Vice" video for yourself on YouTube.

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