Miranda Lambert has something up her sleeve.
The country star sparked a wave of excitement among her fan base Thursday when she shared a cryptic message to social media hinting that she had some type of new project in the pipeline.
Lambert, 35, shared a short video clip featuring a black screen that briefly buzzed alive with a sign reading, “Coming soon.”
The “Vice” singer offered no additional information, save for a caption of a smirking face emoji.
The announcement quickly sent fans aflutter, with many venturing guesses as to what she had in store for them, be it new music, a new tour, or perhaps something else entirely.
“I can’t decide if I’m more excited for a tour, new music, or a baby!” one user wrote.
Another speculated, “G is in pink….wonder if she’s pregnant.”
“Miranda!!!! WHAT ARE YOU DOING 😭❤️❤️❤️,” an excited fan added.
Lambert’s most recent solo album was 2016’s The Weight of These Wings, though she also released Interstate Gospel with her band Pistol Annies in November.
Her most recent tour, meanwhile, called Livin’ Like Hippies, wrapped in June 2018.
The star has been lying low since she secretly tied the knot with NYPD police officer Brendan McLoughlin in January, though she’ll hit the stage Sunday at the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards.
Lambert is set to perform a flashback mashup of her greatest hits, and will also sing with George Strait as part of the “ACM Flashbacks” series, which honors classic country music hits from a specific year.
She’s up for both Female Artist of the Year and Music Event of the Year, for her feature on Jason Aldean’s “Drowns the Whiskey.”
The appearance comes two months after she revealed she and McLoughlin secretly said “I do” after meeting in November following a Pistol Annies performance on Good Morning America.
“In honor of Valentine’s Day I wanted to share some news. I met the love of my life. And we got hitched!” Lambert wrote on Instagram in February. “My heart is full. Thank you Brendan McLoughlin for loving me for…. me,” she continued, adding a red heart emoji and the sweet hashtag “theone.”
A friend of the singer told PEOPLE at the time that she was “truly happier than ever.”
“I think he provides for her a state of [normalcy] that balances with her life before she became Miranda Lambert,” another insider added.
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