Miranda Lambert decided to get personal on social media late Thursday night. The "Automatic" singer, 32, took to Instagram, where she posted a beautiful pic of herself riding on a horse.
"This is one of those moments that I'm proud of," Lambert wrote, calling the post "really personal." "My friend Tommy snapped it on a trail ride on his phone at golden hour on the farm in TN. What a blessing. I'm wearing yoga pants and no makeup and I'm on the back of my beloved Leiani."
The country crooner went on to explain what prompted her to post a more personal and less promotional shot.
"Last night I was all dolled up and 'out on the town' with my sweet man," she continued. "I was excited about the night and posted a picture. Just now when I looked I realized so many comments were judgmental and negative. Cowardly people hiding behind a keyboard or a cell phone writing their useless comments about our eyes and clothes and body language. What a bunch of bull s--t."
Lambert, who divorced ex-husband Blake Shelton last summer, has since started a romance with singer Anderson East. The stunning pair hit the red carpet on Wednesday, where they wowed in matching black ensembles.
At the time, Lambert had posted a photo from the evening to her Instagram, writing, "I had a great time last night celebrating country music at the CMA awards with my sweet by my side! @andersoneast I'm a lucky girl."
I had a great time last night celebrating country music at the CMA awards with my sweet ❤️ by my side! @andersoneast I'm a lucky girl! #cma50thanniversary #countrymusic #nashville #myBAMAboy #anothervice Thanks to our wonderful Glam team for making us feel so special! Best in the biz! 🙎❤️👗@georgeshobeika 👕:@tiffanygiffordstyle 💃dress by : 👗✂️:@aubreyhyde 💇:@johnnylavoy 💄: @moanilee 🙎color: @thedryhousenashville #weforgottoglamjam
Following the negative comments, the "Gunpowder and Lead" songstress noted, "Thank y'all for reminding me why I read books, write songs, and spend most of my time with animals and people I trust and love."
Lambert recently proved that she's used to the insensitive comments when she participated in "Jimmy Kimmel Live!'s" "Mean Tweets."