• Miranda Lambert will skip the 2022 Grammys due to commitments linked to her new album and upcoming tour
  • The country singer is working on her "Palomino" album and is preparing to co-headline a tour with Little Big Town
  • Lambert also has a 24-date Las Vegas residency that kicks off in September

Miranda Lambert will not attend this year's annual Grammy Awards.

The country singer, 38, is nominated in two categories at the 2022 Grammys — best country duo/group performance for her song "Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)" with Elle King, as well as best country album for "The Marfa Tapes" with Jon Randall and Jack Ingram.

However, Lambert told ABC News that she won't be able to make it to the music awards show due to commitments linked to her new album and upcoming tour.

"I'm not getting to go again," she said. "I'm slammed this month, with the record coming out and everything."

Lambert is preparing to co-headline the "Bandwagon" tour with Little Big Town while also working on her upcoming album, "Palomino," which is set to drop on April 20.

After the release of her new album, the country singer will then begin her Las Vegas residency, titled "Miranda Lambert: Velvet Rodeo," in September. The 24-date residency will be held at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, People reported.

Lambert told ABC News that she had "FOMO" over missing the awards show, saying, "We were on a group text this morning," However, she assured fans that Randall and Ingram will be at the ceremony "representing the home team."

Although she won't be attending this year, Lambert said she is grateful for the recognition she has received from the Recording Academy over the years.

"I got to play on the Grammys last year, and I got to take one home, and I was just so thankful," she told ABC News, adding, "I'm grateful for what I already have."

The Grammys won't be the first awards show Lambert has skipped this year.

Last month, the "Bluebird" hitmaker also did not attend the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards, where she earned her sixth nomination for the entertainer of the year and a record-tying nod for female artist of the year, with Reba McEntire, each having 16.

Dolly Parton, who hosted the show, named Lambert the winner of the ACM Award for entertainer of the year.

"I have always loved that girl, but unfortunately, Miranda couldn't be here tonight because she's working overseas and she's watching us right now on video, so congratulations, Miranda!" Parton said.

Lambert shared a clip of the announcement on Instagram along with her acceptance speech, which was shown during the ceremony.

"Dolly, I cannot believe I'm not there to celebrate. I'm in London," the "Mama's Broken Heart" songstress said. "Actually, this week is my first time [missing] ACM [in] 17 years, so my heart is a little broken, but I'm happy to be where I am."

She continued, "I've been waiting for this for a really, really long time. I actually never thought it would happen, but thank you so much for the Country Music family for embracing me all these years and continuing to support me in the Academy for everything."

The 2022 Grammys will air live from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas Sunday starting at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS. The music awards show will also stream and be available on-demand on Paramount+.

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Miranda Lambert's new husband Brendan McLoughlin may not be who he seems as he was allegedly caught cheating with another woman prior to marrying the country music star. Lambert performs onstage during the Academy of Country Music Awards on April 15, 2018 in Las Vegas. Getty Images/Ethan Miller