Miranda Lambert says her gift of music is like husband’s gift of hot body: ‘Take that to the people’

Miranda Lambert recognizes the talents of her husband, police officer Brendan McLoughlin, and believes they deserve to be shared with the people, just as she shares her musical talent with the world.

Speaking to Fox News Digital at the annual Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala, Lambert discussed what provoked her to post recent shirtless photos of her husband to Instagram while celebrating their 4-year wedding anniversary.

“I told him, I operate in my gift. I’m a singer-songwriter … I believe that my job, given my gift, is take songs to the people, so if you’re given this gift you should take that to the people,” she joked, highlighting McLaughlin’s physique. 

The original photo, taken in Mexico and shared with her followers, was captioned in part, “Y’all are welcome for the last two pics.”

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Miranda Lambert brought husband of four years, Brendan McLoughlin, as her date to Clive Davis' Pre-Grammy Gala.

Miranda Lambert brought husband of four years, Brendan McLoughlin, as her date to Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy Gala. (Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

“You’re welcome world,” she reiterated Saturday night.

This is the second marriage for Lambert, who was married to fellow country musician Blake Shelton from 2011 through 2015.

Lambert, 39, previously revealed she met her husband while doing press with her group the Pistol Annies on “Good Morning America,” where McLoughlin was working as security.

On Saturday, the couple agreed that communication is what keeps a relationship solid.

Miranda Lambert told Fox News Digital what provoked her to share photos of her shirtless husband to Instagram.

Miranda Lambert told Fox News Digital what provoked her to share photos of her shirtless husband to Instagram. (Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

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“If you can actually just sit on the couch and discuss what’s on your mind and what’s in your heart … makes everything so much easier,” McLoughlin told Fox News Digital.

“And

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