One of the things that definitely won't "come out in the wash" is Miranda Lambert's new tattoo.
“It represents a lot of things in my life,” the country singer told the magazine about the tattoo. “I was going from one phase of life to a new one and starting to take care of me and not worry about what was around me.
Speaking of being the queen of her own heart, the "Kerosene" singer is overjoyed about releasing her seventh studio album, "Wild Card."
“I didn’t leave it all behind on this record,” she said about her album. “But I definitely celebrated joy a lot more than I have before.”
“This record’s got some pizzazz and some pump to it,” Lambert said about her light-hearted songs such as “It’ll All Come Out In the Wash.”
"It was a conscious decision,” she admitted of “switching gears." "I guess in all ways. In life and in art. And don’t they go hand in hand most times, you know."
But Lambert assured fans that she hasn't lost her well-known edge in relation to her heartbreak hits.
Although her pull is to write sad songs about heartbreak, she said she couldn't help allowing her upbeat spirit seep into her new music.
Her life has gone from sepia-toned to a vibrant world of color as she's enjoying her newlywed phase with her husband and NYPD officer, Brendan McLoughlin.
She's looking forward to bringing fans along for the wild journey she’s been on throughout her 16-year career, which included a public divorce from Blake Shelton, which was behind 2016’s hit "The Weight of These Wings."
“When I go on stage, I take myself on a musical journey, and I hope that’s what I do for the crowd,” Lambert revealed. “I really take them through all the emotions.”