Why Miranda Lambert Believes in 'Leaving Some Mystery' on Social Media: 'I Don't Need to Know What Everybody's Doing All the Time'

The singer jokes that she's "horrible at it" anyway

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Miranda Lambert may have a Twitter account, but that doesn’t mean she loves using it.

The country star, who’s currently headlining her own Keeper of the Flame tour in between stadium dates with Kenny Chesney and Sam Hunt on the Spread the Love tour, tells Entertainment Weekly that she’s “horrible at all of it.”

“To think of something clever or make sure you spell something right … I always have 14 people read it because I’m worried about all of it,” Lambert, 32, said in the most recent issue.

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Lambert – who occasionally shares photos on tour and with her pets and boyfriend Anderson East on Instagram, but generally stays relatively private – added that she doesn’t care to know the minutiae of others lives, either.

“I really believe in leaving some mystery,” she told the magazine. “I don’t need to know what everybody’s doing all the time – especially with heroes of mine. I want to keep admiring them from afar.”

Reporting by MADISON VAIN

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