Miranda Lambert wants to keep her private life private.
Even though you can see clips of her performing on social media—thanks to attendees who so generously tweet and upload videos from her concerts—you won't often hear from the country songstress herself. Claiming she's "horrible at all of [social media]," Lambert tells Entertainment Weekly that she doesn't want to have to worry about her online presence.
"To think of something clever or make sure you spell something right...I always have 14 people read it because I'm worried about all of it," the 32-year-old singer tells the magazine.
Lambert will sometimes share photos from her Keeper of the Flame tour and her boyfriend, Anderson East, but mostly she wants to keep her relationship out of the public eye because she wouldn't want to know the intimate details of other people's lives.
"I really believe in leaving some mystery," she shares. "I don't need to know what everybody's doing all the time—especially with heroes of mine.
Ex-husband Blake Shelton, however, will take to social media to dispel rumors, reach out to girlfriend Gwen Stefani and even promote his ladylove's album. But Lambert doesn't want her fans and followers to be that close to her, and she doesn't want to fangirl that closely to anybody else. "I want to keep admiring them from afar," she adds.
Just last month Lambert took to the stage to sing backup vocals on East's rendition of "My Girl" during Chris Stapleton's concert at the Greek Theatre. Clips exploded on social media, but the "Somethin' Bad" songstress didn't stay on stage for long after her performance ended.
She "ran off stage pretty quickly after the song. I don't think she wanted to take the attention off Chris Stapleton and Anderson during the concert," an eyewitness told E! News. Even when she's in the public domain, Lambert makes sure to focus on what's important.