Miranda Lambert: It 'was a risk worth taking'

Miranda Lambert is feeling grateful to be a part of the country music community.

The "Vice" singer reflected on her big wins at the ACM Awards Sunday night. Lambert took home both album of the year and female vocalist of the year at the awards show.

"I am so thankful to be part of the country music community," she said on Instagram Thursday. "All the thanks to the good Lord for this life. And to family, friends, and fans. Thanks for loving me for me."

The 33-year-old also spoke about taking a big risk performing an acoustic version of her emotional song "Tin Man" at the show.

"Performing 'Tin Man' solo was a risk worth taking," she said.

In a second post she shared a sweet snap of her and her boyfriend Anderson East. The pair made their big debut at last year's ACM Awards.

"My sweet handsome date," she captioned the pic with East. "Thanks @andersoneast for being so supportive and kind."

East also gushed over his talented girlfriend earlier in the week sharing, "Couldn't be more proud of this little lady and the amazing art she brings with her."

It's been a rough couple of years for Lambert who split from husband Blake Shelton in 2015. The fiercly-private country star shared late in last 2016 why she won't spill on the divorce.

"I feel really strongly about the only talking I needed to do, I’ve done and it’s on tape," Lambert shared. "All the parts of me, the parts of the pain I went through, everything that happens to a person in their life — especially in the last couple years for me — is on this record."