Miranda Lambert co-hosted ABC's The View Wednesday morning and chimed in on several hot topics with the other ladies on the show. During the discussion of Christian Bale's quiet visit to see victims of last week's movie theater massacre in Colorado, Miranda praised the actor for making the trip.
"It makes me want to go do something nice," Miranda said of Bale's visit. "It wasn't in the press. It wasn't for any reason. Just out of the kindness of his heart because he felt like that's what he could do to help."
In her appearance on ABC's Good Morning America earlier Wednesday, Miranda sent her performance of "Over You" out to those grieving in Colorado.
Miranda opened up about her personal life a bit on The View as well. She admitted life is really hectic these days since she's on the road and her husband Blake Shelton is filming season three of NBC's The Voice. When co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck asked what their favorite date night looked like, Miranda admitted they just try to get home as often as possible and chill out there together.
Miranda closed out The View with a Pistol Annies performance singing their song, "Takin' Pills."
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