Congratulations to the "Little Red Wagon" singer!

By Andrea Park
Updated April 19, 2015 10:40 PM
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It’s been a Platinum year for Miranda Lambert.

The “Automatic” singer won the Academy of Country Music award for female vocalist of the year on Sunday.

Earlier in the night, Lambert won song of the year for “Automatic,” album of the year for Platinum and received one of seven 50th anniversary ACM milestone awards for being the most-awarded solo female artist. She also performed a medley of “Mama’s Broken Heart” and “Little Red Wagon.”

“I love my job so much, I will never not love this job,” Lambert said in her short but sweet acceptance speech for her sixth consecutive female vocalist of the year award.

Also in the running for the award were Brandy Clark, Martina McBride, Kacey Musgraves and Carrie Underwood.

Lambert set a Guinness World Record last week for the most consecutive ACM female vocalist of the year wins, having won the last five years’ awards, and is also nominated for entertainer of the year.